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« Reply #150 on: November 08, 2018, 13:32 »
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I went to my fotolia dashboard this morning, I was already logged in. I didnt get a redirect to Adobe, everything worked as always.


PZF

« Reply #151 on: November 09, 2018, 03:07 »
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I went to my fotolia dashboard this morning, I was already logged in. I didnt get a redirect to Adobe, everything worked as always.
I did. :( 
So has all access to Fotolia stats gone already?







« Last Edit: November 09, 2018, 03:36 by PZF »

« Reply #152 on: November 09, 2018, 09:18 »
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I went to my fotolia dashboard this morning, I was already logged in. I didnt get a redirect to Adobe, everything worked as always.
I did. :( 
So has all access to Fotolia stats gone already?

No, stats at Fotolia will remain available until November 5, 2019.

-Mat

PZF

« Reply #153 on: November 10, 2018, 02:47 »
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I went to my fotolia dashboard this morning, I was already logged in. I didnt get a redirect to Adobe, everything worked as always.
I did. :( 
So has all access to Fotolia stats gone already?

No, stats at Fotolia will remain available until November 5, 2019.

-Mat
But how do I get there please? Everything redirects to Adobe....

PS please can you fix it that when you have chosen a geographical area ie language, the system holds this for future logins? Only a minor irritation, but still a pain....

derek

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« Reply #154 on: November 10, 2018, 04:25 »
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No Fotolia!!!!  I cant get in there at all now??  whats happening??

Fotolia is still up and running. You will have access until Nov 5, 2019. The features will be limited after February 5 but you will still be able to log in.

There should be a link to continue to Fotolia after you see the prompt to go to Adobe Stock instead.

-Mat


Cheers! Matt!

BD

« Reply #155 on: November 13, 2018, 23:10 »
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Hi Mat,

If I upload on Adobe, what will the extended license price be set on Fotolia? I always set the price to 100. How can I make sure it is still set for this price?

Thank you!

« Reply #156 on: November 28, 2018, 06:55 »
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I'm trying to break myself of the habit going to fotolia.com to check my sales and keywork new clips, but it's really hard.  Like, quitting smoking hard.

Fotolia's interface, while dated, seems much more practical.  Maybe I'm just used to it, being a years-long user of it.

Plus, it feels like the Adobe Stock website is very sluggish, which is frustrating.

Anyone else notice the Adobe Stock website being slow?

« Reply #157 on: November 28, 2018, 10:08 »
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...Anyone else notice the Adobe Stock website being slow?

Yes, very slow - assuming you're talking about the contributor interface. When I sit down in the morning to check stats on SS and then AS (I'm trying to break the habit of checking FT for stats so changed my bookmarks), I notice how much time it takes to load the AS "dashboard" versus SS's contributor dashboard.

Given how little information is in the AS interface when it loads, it really shouldn't take that long. Every day I notice that tiny (for me unreadable) number up in the top right corner which is the one piece of information I want to see first and clearly - current balance.

Then I go back to FT's interface (which requires two clicks on the bookmark as the first one always loads the "go to AS now" interface, and the second the requested FT contributor dashboard) where I can see weekly sales so far in $$ and downloads, current balance, weekly and overall rank all without any additional clicking on my part.

It's not that FT's interface is so great, but AS's contributor interface has virtually no useful information.

I've never smoked, so I can't make that comparison, but it's a bit like Google vs Bing for searches - why would you use Bing when Google's so good?

« Reply #158 on: November 29, 2018, 08:36 »
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I'm trying to break myself of the habit going to fotolia.com to check my sales and keywork new clips, but it's really hard.  Like, quitting smoking hard.

Fotolia's interface, while dated, seems much more practical.  Maybe I'm just used to it, being a years-long user of it.

Plus, it feels like the Adobe Stock website is very sluggish, which is frustrating.

Anyone else notice the Adobe Stock website being slow?

Yes, with my 100 Mbps connection it needs 5 sec to open the page.
Really too much.


 

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