I value your effort to move this question to the Behance area of this forum. Thank you. But the issue was caused while I was using the Creative Cloud and for this reason I feel that the issue should be solved in the context of the product or program that caused the issue.
I do not currently have any desire to become a part of the Behance community. Those in this community are here because they wish to be included in the group discussions. I am a non-member, and wish to remain so.
Hi John - I just took a look, and you do not have a Behance account, so you should be good to go.
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Wait! STOP! Where is this thread going when the answer is not the correct answer just because another paid employee of Adobe says it is.
Having an Adobe employee judge the merits of this answer as "Correct" is an insult to me.
As you can see, the green check beside the words "Link your account with Behance" is what I wish to have reversed. Not having a Behance account does not seem to inform Creative Cloud that a link does not, nor could not exist. Creative Cloud is confused or poorly programmed not to be concerned over the existence of the link or the existence of a Behance account.
The original question is still a valid request.
Please answer it.
Hi John - when you click on the "community" tab - does it say "activate an account," or does it show you account activity? If it simply prompts you to activate, this means that you do not have a Behance account. In that case, the green check mark is an error, and not indicating the correct thing (which is that you do not have a Behance account).
Let me know, thanks!