The content you’ve stored in Creative Cloud or Document Cloud for teams or enterprise will only be accessible to your plan administrator. It will not be accessible to others on your team unless you share it with them.
- Behance (https://www.behance.net/)
- Portfolio (https://portfolio.adobe.com/)
- Creative Cloud Files (https://assets.adobe.com/)
- Cloud documents (https://assets.adobe.com/cloud-documents)
- Creative Cloud Libraries (https://assets.adobe.com/libraries)
- Lightroom Photos (https://lightroom.adobe.com)
- Document Cloud (https://documentcloud.adobe.com)
- Adobe Stock (https://stock.adobe.com/)
- Adobe Spark (https://spark.adobe.com)
- Document Cloud (https://documentcloud.adobe.com)
When the updated Terms are available, you’ll be prompted to review and accept them through a pop-up screen in your Adobe app or service. You’ll need to accept the updated Terms in order to continue accessing your Adobe apps and services.
How can I move personal content out of Creative Cloud and Document Cloud for teams and enterprise storage?
If you wish to move personal content out of the Creative Cloud and Document Cloud for teams and enterprise storage provided through your organization, you can save it on a local storage device, in a personal Adobe account (registered under a different email address), or in other cloud storage services that you use for personal content. Until your personal content is moved out, the administrator of your Adobe account may access and control it in Creative Cloud and Document Cloud for teams and enterprise storage.
Here are instructions on how to move content out of Creative Cloud and Document Cloud storage locations:
You can change the email address of your account to a personal email address. See: https://help.behance.net/hc/en-us/articles/204484914-Guide-Change-Or-Update-Your-Adobe-ID
You can change the email address of your account to a personal email address. See: https://help.myportfolio.com/hc/en-us/articles/221292947-Change-or-update-your-Adobe-ID
You can simply move the files from the Creative Cloud Files folder on your computer to an alternate location. See: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/sync-creative-cloud-files.html
You can also create cloud documents offline (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/cloud-documents-work-offline.html) and then do one or both of the following:
Save them in a personal storage location outside of Creative Cloud.
Upload them to your personal Creative Cloud account.
If you have a personal Creative Cloud account (such as Creative Cloud for individuals plan), you can share libraries with this account and make a copy.
Alternatively, you can export Creative Cloud Libraries (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/share.html#exportandimportlibraries) and then re-import (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/share.html#exportandimportlibraries) them to a personal Creative Cloud account.
You can download your personal photos from Lightroom and store them in an alternate location of your choice. After you've backed them up, remove them from Lightroom.
Lightroom Downloader app: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/kb/download-lightroom-photos.html.
Backup catalog from Lightroom Classic: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/back-catalog.html.
You can download and save your personal documents in alternate locations of your choice.
Manage files in Document Cloud: https://helpx.adobe.com/document-cloud/help/files.html.
Download signed documents from Adobe Sign: https://helpx.adobe.com/sign/using/manage-documents-sent-for-signature.html#Download.
You can download your Adobe Stock assets from your personal license history. For more information refer to this Adobe Stock article (https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/help/business-profiles-adobe-stock.html).
Adobe Spark (https://spark.adobe.com/) is only available online when connected to the internet, so there isn't a way to keep any source files offline, but you can download Spark Post and Spark Video output files.
You can also invite yourself as a collaborator (using your personal email address) (https://adobespark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360025186174-How-do-I-collaborate-on-Spark-projects-) and duplicate the project before removing it from your official account. You'll need to republish the creations and generate new links.
If you wish to move your personal content from Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise storage to a personal Creative Cloud account (registered under a different email address) - such as a Creative Cloud plan for individuals you’ve purchased or a Creative Cloud free membership you’ve signed up for.
If you have concerns that your content stored in Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise storage may be accessed and controlled by the Business providing your plan, you may explore the following two options:
- You can move all your personal content from Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise storage as outlined above; or
If you currently have a personal email associated with your Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise account, you can ask your team or enterprise administrator to reassign the plan to your work email address. By doing this, your current (personal) email address will default to a Creative Cloud free membership (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/benefits-creative-cloud-free-membership.html) or to a paid personal plan (if you have one), and the content will remain in your personal account
Yes. You can permanently delete personal content from Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise storage (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/delete-files-permanently.html). You can also permanently delete personal content from Document Cloud for teams or enterprise storage (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/delete-files-permanently.html#permanently-delete-dc-files).
If your plan includes Adobe Fonts, they will continue to work as expected, irrespective of the location of your content that uses Adobe Fonts. So, if you have a plan to use Creative Cloud apps and services, either through your Business or through a personal account, Adobe Fonts will behave as expected.