Use your social (Facebook or Google) account to create and sign in to your Adobe ID account. Or, link your social account to your existing Adobe ID account.

Work or school account linked to Google?

You are signed in to Adobe through that account.

You can also use your Facebook or Google account to create your Adobe ID account. When you sign in for the first time with your social account, your Adobe account is created. After that, you can simply sign in with your social account and manage your account.

To sign in with your social account, follow these steps:

  1. In your browser, open the Adobe account page.

     
  2. In the Sign-in screen, choose whether you want to create an account with Facebook or Google.

    Create new Adobe account using Facebook or Google
    Signing in using Facebook or Google
  3. Enter your Facebook or Google credentials, and then follow the onscreen instructions.

    Your Adobe ID account is set up. 

    Note:

    If you logged in to your social account with a phone number, you are prompted to provide an email address, which then becomes the email address associated with your Adobe ID.

Connect your social account to your existing Adobe ID

There are two ways in which you can connect your Facebook or Google account to your existing Adobe ID account:

Connect the social accounts through your Adobe ID account page

  1. Sign in to your Adobe account.

     
  2. In the left pane, choose Connected accounts.

    Choose Connected accounts
    Choose Connected accounts
  3. In the Social login section, choose Connect to connect to your Facebook or Google account.

    Connect social accounts
    Connect social accounts
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions.

  5. Your social (Facebook or Google) account is connected to your Adobe ID account.

    You can now sign in with Facebook or Google to manage your account. You can also continue to sign in with your Adobe ID email address as before.

    Note:

    If you are using a shared computer, ensure that you sign out of Facebook or Google when signing out of Adobe apps or any Adobe web page.

If your social account email address is the same as your Adobe ID email address

If the email address associated with your social account is the same as the Adobe ID email address associated with, you are prompted to connect the accounts.

  1. In the Sign-in screen, click the Facebook or the Google button.

    Sign in using your Facebook or Google account
    Sign in using your Facebook or Google account
  2. Enter your Facebook or Google credentials.

  3. If your Adobe ID email address is the same as the email address of your Facebook or Google account, you are prompted to connect this account to your Adobe ID. Ensure that the option to connect your social account to your Adobe ID is selected. 

    Connect my accounts
    Connect my accounts
  4. Click Connect my accounts to connect your Facebook or Google account to your existing Adobe ID.

  5. A verification code is sent to your Adobe ID email address. Enter the verification code in the following screen, and then click Verify.

    Verification code screen
    Verification code screen
  6. Your Adobe ID is connected to your social account. Click Done.

    Accounts connected screen
    Accounts connected screen

    You can now sign in with Facebook or Google to manage your account. You can also continue to sign in with your Adobe ID email address as before.

How to disconnect Facebook or Google account from your Adobe ID

To disconnect your Facebook or Google account from your Adobe ID account, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your Adobe account.

     
  2. In the left pane, choose Connected Accounts.

    Choose Connected accounts
    Choose Connected accounts
  3. To disconnect a social account from your Adobe ID account, click the Disconnect button beside the account.

  4. In the prompt that appears, click Disconnect.

    Disconnect Facebook or Google account
    Disconnect Facebook or Google account

    Note:

    If you had never set a password for your account, you are prompted to create a password when you attempt to remove the last connected social account.

     

Troubleshoot issues related to social sign-in

For information on troubleshooting errors related to Social Sign-in, see Resolve errors related to signing in with your social account.

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