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I am sure this has been covered and if so point me to the spot! With the subscription I have 20gb of storage. Can I store my brush and action files there? and if so how. Thanks!!
 
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You can store most anything there. I have even stored LR catalog files there. I’m not sure how this cloud location would integrate brush and action files back to the app that needs them, but you can certainly stored them there.


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Curious, as I was fishing for an answer on the Adobe chat - I was told it doesn't support those files. I just want to store .abr and .atn files there for safekeeping. I don't have many but thought I could use my free 20gb for those. I had to do a system reinstall last week and lost those. Yes they are backed up but have not yet retrieved them from there and thought that would be another spot for them. How do I do that? Thanks
 
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You treat it just like any other cloud storing/sharing model (e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive). Just copy the files into the Creative Cloud Files folder that you should see in the File Explorer, from there they'll automatically be uploaded to the cloud. From there you can share them with anyone, or access them yourself from the Creative Cloud app on any of your devices.
 

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ok, I will give it a try. Thank you
 
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