Cloud storage syncs your files, folders, Creative Cloud Libraries, and assets across connected devices through your Creative Cloud account. Files available within your Creative Cloud Files folder are automatically synced to the Creative Cloud website. Similarly, uploading a file to the Creative Cloud website or a mobile app syncs it to the Creative Cloud Files folder on your desktop.
Synced files can be viewed directly in native Adobe file formats without having to be downloaded or viewed in the Creative Cloud apps themselves.
Filenames that contain special characters such as |, ", ?, <, >, /, *, or : are not synced. Nor are files with reserved names, such as AUX or Com1. If you receive an error, rename the asset filename to sync it to Creative Cloud. For more information, see Error: "Unable to sync assets."
Creative Cloud apps such as Adobe Aero, Fresco, Photoshop, Illustrator, and XD let you save your files as cloud documents. With cloud documents, your edits get saved to the cloud in real time.
Keep all your assets together. You can use your cloud storage for all types of files, not just files you created with Creative Cloud apps.
To access the Creative Cloud files folder from the Creative Cloud desktop app, go to Your work tab and select the Your works link icon in the left sidebar. Then select Open sync folder. Once the folder open, you can upload your files directly to sync them to your Creative Cloud account. (If you're on an earlier version of the Creative Cloud desktop app, select Files > Open Folder.)