Deleted Library Folder Should Show In Deleted Folder
It seems obvious to delete files and folders to maintain cleanliness. It also makes sense to have a trash folder where all those deleted files live incase something was deleted by accident. Well adobe does have a deleted folder that catches assets, however it does NOT catch folders that have been deleted.
I accidentally deleted a folder that contained 100's of assets. Not only did I loose the folder but I also lost all the files within the folder. None of which showed in the deleted folder to recover.
Searching the forms I can see that I'm not the only one to do this. I feel like it makes sense that the Deleted folder should catch everything that has been deleted.... and only from the deleted folder can items be permanently deleted.
I created a video of how the problem occurred, how support was no help, and ideas to improve adobes products. Please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLtkBLrp9Is
Brad Oliver commented
[Shaking head] I agree and can't believe we still don't have the ability to recover deleted libraries.
David B commented
Currently the only location that shows deleting a library is permanent and can't be undone is https://assets.adobe.com/libraries Because of the severity of this action, the same warning should appear regardless of where the delete is initiated from (library panel within a product, within the Creative Cloud desktop app, or from the Adobe Stock website)