What I have seen so far.... when I upload a new project to Behance I can choose for it to go to my ProSite.
Just as it did to my ProSite, it also does to my Adobe Portfolio (automatically). However, you have to turn it on in the list on your Adobe Portfolio site. Even when you create separate new galleries it will show up in the list. You just have to turn it on to make it visible. Really simple. Then you can drag the names of projects into the order of your choice in each gallery. I set up several extra galleries (photography, graphic design, traditional illustration, etc.). Thus, once I upload a project I turn it on in what ever gallery I want it to show up in.
I will launch my Adobe Portfolio site soon..... if you watch me on LinkedIn I will share the link once I am finished editing it. I am putting a lot off work into it to make it very cool and interesting.
I've just had the same problem and came here for a solution. I think I've figured it out.
1) Go back to your Behance page and click on the pencil icon on the top right of the project cover.
2) Select 'Clone'.
3) Go to your 'Edit Project Drafts' tab on the top right of the Behance page.
4) There you can see the cloned version of the project you need to publish on your Prosite.
5) Go back to your Prosite and go to your 'Manage Content' tab and there you are.... it's magically appeared and ready for you to slot into whichever folder you want.
It worked for me, hope it works for you too
The ProSite is no longer around. There is only Behance and Adobe Portfolio.
No reason to clone. When you are setting up a new project on Behance you can choose where you want the project to go on the third step. It is quite simple.
But also you can create projects directly from Adobe Portfolio as well.