Adobe Creative Cloud


#1

Anyone know anything about Adobe Creative Cloud?

Basically my subscription is renewing in a month, and fuck continuing to pay £50 a month when I’ve got no freelance work anyway. My boss says I can use my work licence at home anyway.

Problem is, I put my website together using Adobe Portfolio, and I quite like it. This is part of my subscription, and I’d lose it. Can I transfer it over to a different account? It might be quite easy to recreate, but I can’t be arsed. Failing that I’ll just knock something up on Squarespace or something, and have to pay £15 or so a month.

Thanks, DiS.


#2

No idea, but a quick Google said you can do it by raising a ticket with Adobe support:

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2093919

Though that was 2016, and looks like it’s not something they officially support, so best give it a go and see how you fare.


#3

A successful conclusion to this conundrum:


#4

Wow! What am I doing paying 50 a month!!!


#5

WHAT THE FUCK, sorry, this was aimed at the post @Mistersteve

Is this real??


#6

that is a bargain!!


#7

Can’t believe I didn’t even get a thanks for trying to help, feel so betrayed.


#8

Thanks.


#9

FOR NOTHING


#10

:smile:


#11

:cry:


#12

Thanks @ma0sm, you’re a true hero.


#13

:blush:


#14

Seriously tho, do you think I could do this?


#15

Definitely!


#16

how can they justify charging that much and then immediately discounting to like 25% just for asking?

Fucking greedy bastards


#17

Thank you ma0sm :smiley:


#18

The number of times I’ve gone to genuinely cancel some sort of service, and then get offered a ludicrous offer and think “Oh, maybe I should have done this before” and then completely forget about it and just pay full price for things is very large.


#19

totally disgusting behaviour on their part isn’t it?


#20

I used to get BT Broadband. Something like 1mb download speed for £25 a month.

I phoned to cancel, and they offered me 8mb download speed for £12 a month. Told them to stick it, went with Sky.