Go to Your work on the Creative Cloud website. (If prompted, sign in.)
Your used storage displays in the lower-left corner of the page.
You can also see how much storage you have in the Creative Cloud desktop app, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop.
Your total cloud storage depends on your plan. The files stored in any of the following locations (except Adobe Spark) together count toward your total cloud storage.
|Together count toward total cloud storage||Does not count toward cloud storage|
Creative Cloud https://assets.adobe.com
Document Cloud https://documentcloud.adobe.com
Adobe Spark https://spark.adobe.com
The Creative Cloud desktop app syncs up to 1-GB overflow from any device. After that, new files do not sync, and you're notified that you are over quota. A red exclamation point indicates files that can't be synced. You can still move, rename, or delete files.
Ensure that your deleted files aren't using valuable storage by deleting them permanently. Learn how to permanently delete files to free up storage.
To continue to sync files, and save more files on the cloud upgrade your storage.
If you need more storage, you can purchase extra storage plans through your Adobe ID account. For instructions, see:
The cloud storage information shown here pertains to individual users may not apply to team and enterprise. For those products, see Storage upgrade to 1TB for enterprises and teams.
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