Is there a way to revert back to thte old look of the forum? There is no way to save your prefereances when sorting enrties. Everything is reset when you refresh the screen. The color coded entries made it easy to tell what questions were answered and which ones still needed help. The layout allows for fewer entries to be displayed before scrolling. Was user feedback requested before the new layout was pushed on the user community?
I dont like it either. It is a step backward not forward.
Agreed. I can't find squat this way. 😞
Also,when I search, I see that there are XXXX number of results, but I only get one page of results. There is no pagination. More content does not load when I scroll to the bottom of the page.
In my opinion the the new design is horrible, but the question is why a new design.
It look good, but we are not here for the look instead we are here searching for solutions, ideas, how to.
Information will be more difficult to find and that could be one of the reasons, for example, do you think that you are going to see ten or more complaints about the fonts fiasco. "No"
The information is being branched out, it is there, but it will be difficult to find.
How do you set the value for relavence? What is relavent to me may not be relevent to others?
When I want to search for something, why does it opaque the rest of the screen?
The 'Featured' posts appear like unwanted spam or tele-marketer phone calls. They provide no problem to solve, or resolution to fix a posted problem.
+1 to this.
New forum is horrible and not user friendly at all.
Here I go back to the most recent posts to start my scrolling again...
I agree that it's a step backward. I subscribe to forum posts via email. The old formats allowed me to easily sort into categories. But since moving to the new setup, all traffic ends up in the same massive pile. It's impossible to know without clicking to visit, what the post is about or related to.
Same thoughts here! And I'm getting crazy by Adobe's constant promotion of their indifferent certification programs and summits, as I could not care less.
In addition to what everybody else here rightfully criticizes, it also appears that Adobe no longer takes forum activity into account when granting points for winning incentives like the 3 month Captivate free of charge and stuff; it's only posts on the eLearning Community now.