The connection to photoshop.com is gone in PSE 11. You can still use it, but you will need to log in via a web browser to do so, not just send things straight from PSE, and there is no longer any syncing between PSE and photoshop.com. In PSE 11, adobe is pushing their Revel subscription service instead.
Photoshop Elements 11 is integrated with Revel, so you can share your photos to Revel for access on the web and across your mobile devices. You can also import your Revel photos to Elements 11 for editing and creating.
Adobe Revel is a Cloud based photo hosting service accessible via free app for your Mac, iPad, and iPhone. You can download the Revel App on your Mac, iPhone and iPad using the same Adobe ID associated with your Photoshop.com account. With the app, you can upload, download, and share photos, as well as edit them.
You can access a web version of Revel at www.adoberevel.com. The web version of Revel currently includes many of the features of Revel App EXCEPT the ability to edit photos. Android users can download Revel Importer. Revel Importer is not a full version of Revel but it does give you a way to import the photos on your Android phone into your Revel photo library.
With the Revel App, you can organize, edit, and share your photos on all your devices, wherever you are.
- Access your photos almost anywhere you go.
- Keep your photos backed up in the cloud.
- Organize, edit, and share across multiple devices.
- Create beautiful web galleries that automatically update on your devices.
Revel has two options:
1) Free account which lets you upload any number of photos in the first 30 days and 50 photos per month thereafter.
2) Paid account with unlimited uploads - currently $5.99 per month.
Adobe has not yet announced a legacy path for subscribers to Photoshop.com although Brett recently mentioned a plan was being worked on.
Actually they just did:
We are committed to supporting you throughout this transition to a new technology – Adobe Revel. Currently, Revel gives you more access to your photos than ever before – on the web, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. And this is just the beginning – we are planning to support additional platforms, as well as, popular file formats beyond JPEG and video. We are committed to delivering frequent Revel updates and to continually pushing the envelope to create the best experience for reliving your memories wherever you are.
• By doing nothing, you are saying it's okay for us to move your JPEG photos and your Elements membership/Photoshop.com account to Revel. We'll handle your photos with care and keep you updated along the way. • If your library contains file formats other than JPEG photos, please be sure to download your complete Photoshop.com library before June 18, 2013, as Revel doesn't yet support the following file types – any video, PSD, RAW, ACR, PNG, TIFF. Archive now. • The move will start after April 2, but if you want to start using Revel sooner, you can start your move now. • Rather not have us move your photos? Simply opt out by April 2, 2013 and download your complete library before we close on June 18, 2013. Archive now.
And a link to the FAQ:
Visit these links to have your questions answered about the transition from Photoshop.com photo storage to Revel:
- Photoshop.com, Elements, and Revel: What's happening, when, and why?
- What is Revel, anyway?
- How do I use Revel?
- How do I edit photos in Revel?
- What file types are supported by Revel?
- What operating systems are supported by Revel?
- Can I move my files to Revel before the transition?
- What if I don't want my photos moved?
- I am a paid subscriber, what does that mean for me?
Thes FAQ links should be live now. They contain lots of useful information regarding the transition, Revel basics, file basics, editing basics, subscription changes, etc.
The main user forum is active for asking questions at: http://forums.adobe.com/community/ps.com_sharing_and_storage