Learn to use Adobe Stock for teams as an admin.

Applicable role: Administrators

With Adobe Stock, admins can manage a team plan in the same admin console as the other Adobe team products. After you purchase the Adobe Stock for teams plan, the admin of the team account can assign the plan to a user for activation. Click the Products tab in the admin console and then select Add User as shown below.


You can assign the Adobe Stock for teams plan to:

  • An existing team member.
  • A user who is not yet a member of your team.

After the Adobe Stock plan has been assigned to a user for activation, all team members will be able to use the shared Adobe Stock for teams plan. You can also choose to remove the Adobe Stock assignment from a user and assign it to a different user at any time as needed.


If you want to grant the shared Adobe Stock for teams plan access to users who are not yet members of your team, select Add Users to Organization in the admin console.


While adding a new user to your team, you can also assign products to the user. However, you needn't assign additional products to a user to allow them to use the shared Adobe Stock for teams plan. Once you've added a user to your team, the user can use the Adobe Stock for teams plan.


After you have activated your Adobe Stock for teams plan, you can review the License History of the team.

The License History page for teams allows you to review the team licensing history with filter options for date ranges and media types. From this page, team members can select the hyperlinked asset ID to view more details about each licensed asset.

Team members can also choose to license an asset again if needed. When an asset is licensed more than once, each licensing action will appear as a separate timestamped row as shown below. Each licensing action will also display the name of the team member who performed the licensing action.


For additional details on using Adobe Stock for teams, see Track and share assets with Adobe Stock for teams.

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