@Vanda I want to revisit this please. I think it would help me if I could figure out what folders are what- is there information somewhere to reference exactly what Prezi is storing on my PC? For example, if I was given the specific directory info on my Prezi Classic presentations, I could probably delete quite a bit since I no longer utilize the Classic desktop app & it’s rare I open online… This folder, as another example, is one of the biggest (46.6 GB as of today) = Users\kspann\Documents\PreziPitch\Content\5******9 and I’d love to know why.
It’s just crazy (imo) how much “stuff” is being stored for a program that’s mostly(?) online (though the desktop app probably messes that up for me, and I do like the app); my IT group is getting a bit frustrated. To compare, the biggest “offender” from Adobe (I utilize a CC subscription) is 7.39 GB. I realize I have a lot of prezis (150 Next + 257 Classic), but I could definitely clean things up as long as I know what I’m cleaning isn’t going to affect what I truly want to keep. I would be open to deleting online AND on my PC if that’s what it takes; just need the appropriate steps that don’t leave bits of data hanging out unnecessarily.
It IS all synced, to respond to your earlier reply, so could step #1 truly be to delete everything and see what gets downloaded again when I reopen the app? Since I wouldn’t be reopening anything on the Classic side app-wise, would you imagine I might gain some space that way? I’d appreciate tips on best way/which level to “delete all” in that case.
I’m also considering some add’l/external storage, as you’ve suggested, so I didn’t dismiss that idea. I’m just hoping to reclaim as much as possible locally before I do so (I have a fairly robust amt already = 237 GB).
Thanks again for walking me through this!
And to anyone else reading- am I seriously the only one faced with this challenge? If you’ve experienced some storage issues, I’d love to know how you tackled as well.