This conversation has been merged. Please reference the main conversation: Lightroom CC: Allow for family usage, i.e. from more than two computers
Currently, I subscribe to the CC Phography Plan, as well as Acrobat DC. These plans allow for the installation of this software on two machines.
I'm considering integrating the new Lightroom CC into my workflow, as a tool to ingest and do a first round of selection while in the field - and syncing everything back into my real LR (Classic) Catalog on my workstation for when I return from location.
Here's the thing. I have three computers - my workstation, which lives in my studio, my laptop, which travels to more static locations, and a netbook which I use when I'm on the move with weight or size constraints.
Currently, I have to maintain two seperate Adobe accounts in order to have PS, LR Classic and Acrobat DC on all three machines.
This also means that if I subscibe to the new LR plan, one of my machines will not be able to sync with the other two in the new LR because it's linked to a different email account.
I don't mind paying for the additional licenses as I'm doing now - but why can't we simply purchase additional seats within the same account - having to add accounts (which don't share resources) is inelegant, fruastrating and disruptive. Please expand our purchase options to allow users to buy licenses for more machines.