Lightroom: Portfolio - Album

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I'm trying to setup a portfolio but I keep getting this annoying error message when I am in a gallery and I want to add a Lightroom Album : "Your album(s) has already been imported".

 

On the settings on the left, Pages, the page I just tried to import does not appear anywhere.

On this same page there is a big blue plus sign at the bottom of the page but I get the same error message.

 

In integrations, the LR album I tried to add doesn't appear in the list.

 

What should I do ?

Thanks

 
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Carlos Cardona

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What do you mean "when I am in a gallery"? Do you have more than one Portfolio Gallery? When I launch Portfolio in the browser, I am in my /editor (that's the end of the URL) page. Then under Essentials, I click on Pages, and see all the LR Albums that I've imported. Note that you don't add "Albums" to Portfolio, you add Collections (it's important to be accurate) that you have made Public. Is this the problem?

Also I notice that, if I want to, say, change the cover image of a Gallery, I have to do it in my online "lightroom.adobe.com" page, and then DELETE the Gallery and then re-add it, otherwise the changes won't take. Have you tried that? How about deleting the LR Preferences?
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You share a collection to LR web but then in Portfolio it becomes album (thanks Adobe).
Any how when I choose Lightroom album I get this error message

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And you DON'T have another website, as it says? And you can SEE the album (collection) in your lightroom.adobe.com page? PS-Adobe's sites are pretty wonky right now, some don't come in at all, so it may be them!
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yes I do but they are not on the second one