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wds

« on: November 26, 2018, 10:07 »
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I made a mistake and uploaded some editorial files to Adobestock. Realizing this, I wanted to delete the files but could not see how so I went in via Fotolia and was able to delete them via the Fotolia interface. So my question is:

How does one delete files they uploaded from Adobestock via the Adobestock interface?



wds

« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2018, 14:13 »
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Select the image you want to delete. Look to the right of the page under the keyword boxes. You should see a series of links, one of which says "delete file."

-Mat

Okay, yes I see it now. Thanks!

« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2018, 15:07 »
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Deleting images will have a detrimental effect on your Acceptance rate, just something to think about before you press delete.

« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2018, 19:05 »
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Deleting images will have a detrimental effect on your Acceptance rate, just something to think about before you press delete.
yes but didnt you read? he put ed files.adobe doesnt do ed for now.what if he sells a file for commercial use and there are recognizable logos on buildings or cars, or trade marks or people?

« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2018, 21:53 »
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Deleting images will have a detrimental effect on your Acceptance rate, just something to think about before you press delete.
yes but didnt you read? he put ed files.adobe doesnt do ed for now.what if he sells a file for commercial use and there are recognizable logos on buildings or cars, or trade marks or people?
Or it gets rejected for being non compliant - youre neither here nor there for acceptance rate

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2018, 06:48 »
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Deleting images will have a detrimental effect on your Acceptance rate, just something to think about before you press delete.
yes but didnt you read? he put ed files.adobe doesnt do ed for now.what if he sells a file for commercial use and there are recognizable logos on buildings or cars, or trade marks or people?
Or it gets rejected for being non compliant - youre neither here nor there for acceptance rate

How much do you think acceptance makes a difference on anything? Just wonder if it effects rank, like page placement in search? I don't track AS like I did with SS or AL, so just wondering?

I just uploaded a dupe by accident, actually two. I could finish and delete, and as you say, drop my acceptance rate. Wondering if like others, if I just leave them there, will they drop off on their own after time? Not submitted = no harm?


« Reply #7 on: November 28, 2018, 07:31 »
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How much do you think acceptance makes a difference on anything? Just wonder if it effects rank, like page placement in search? I don't track AS like I did with SS or AL, so just wondering?

I just uploaded a dupe by accident, actually two. I could finish and delete, and as you say, drop my acceptance rate. Wondering if like others, if I just leave them there, will they drop off on their own after time? Not submitted = no harm?

Logic would tell me that if they have not yet been submitted they can't be accepted or rejected and therefore would have no effect on the Acceptance rate.
Deletion after acceptance is bad for their business and therefore they make it bad for your business.

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #8 on: November 28, 2018, 08:41 »
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How much do you think acceptance makes a difference on anything? Just wonder if it effects rank, like page placement in search? I don't track AS like I did with SS or AL, so just wondering?

I just uploaded a dupe by accident, actually two. I could finish and delete, and as you say, drop my acceptance rate. Wondering if like others, if I just leave them there, will they drop off on their own after time? Not submitted = no harm?

Logic would tell me that if they have not yet been submitted they can't be accepted or rejected and therefore would have no effect on the Acceptance rate.
Deletion after acceptance is bad for their business and therefore they make it bad for your business.

Thanks, I assumed the same about no effect. Hopefully like SS, they will age off in 90 days and just go away peacefully?  ;)

I don't know about placement though, based on rank, I wonder if someone who watches, has any ideas. As far as I can see, where I have a number of diverse images, same subject, the one with the most sales is first in the Adobe search, right in order, down to the one with no sales. That's not just mine, I mean all files with the same search test keyword. That's pretty obvious, page order for a keyword search (not logged in, no account) = sales.

But I still wonder, if page display is in any way affected by acceptance ratio or for that matter, our ranks as an artist? I don't know how anyone would measure that, because sales seem to be the key to display order in a search? Or in another way, maybe my rank or my acceptance ratio changes nothing in the search display? How would we know?


« Reply #9 on: November 28, 2018, 10:44 »
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How much do you think acceptance makes a difference on anything? Just wonder if it effects rank, like page placement in search? I don't track AS like I did with SS or AL, so just wondering?

I just uploaded a dupe by accident, actually two. I could finish and delete, and as you say, drop my acceptance rate. Wondering if like others, if I just leave them there, will they drop off on their own after time? Not submitted = no harm?

Logic would tell me that if they have not yet been submitted they can't be accepted or rejected and therefore would have no effect on the Acceptance rate.
Deletion after acceptance is bad for their business and therefore they make it bad for your business.

Thanks, I assumed the same about no effect. Hopefully like SS, they will age off in 90 days and just go away peacefully?  ;)

I don't know about placement though, based on rank, I wonder if someone who watches, has any ideas. As far as I can see, where I have a number of diverse images, same subject, the one with the most sales is first in the Adobe search, right in order, down to the one with no sales. That's not just mine, I mean all files with the same search test keyword. That's pretty obvious, page order for a keyword search (not logged in, no account) = sales.

But I still wonder, if page display is in any way affected by acceptance ratio or for that matter, our ranks as an artist? I don't know how anyone would measure that, because sales seem to be the key to display order in a search? Or in another way, maybe my rank or my acceptance ratio changes nothing in the search display? How would we know?

There is no impact to how your images are placed in search based on whether you delete uploaded files or not. There is no impact of any kind that I'm aware of other than your overall approval ratio when determining if you qualified for the CCP giveaway or not. The only reason that is impacted is because the 50% ratio is determined by how many files you uploaded compared with how many files you have online.

-Mat

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #10 on: November 28, 2018, 10:54 »
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There is no impact to how your images are placed in search based on whether you delete uploaded files or not.

-Mat

There you go Ghostbusting. LOL  ;D


 

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