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Enterprise & Teams | Community Guidelines

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Feb 25, 2019

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Welcome to the Adobe Enterprise & Teams Community

This community is a shared space for Creative Cloud and Document Cloud administrators to collaborate and to provide a first-class peer-based forum.

Here you can freely ask, share, and learn from your peers in the industry. Together, we ensure that our creatives, designers, and end-users have access to the latest Adobe software and services so that they can do their best work!

 

Your feedback on how we can improve this community is always welcome. You can post your ideas by participating in this poll

Before you dive in, take a look at the Legal Terms of Use | Adobe. If you don't prefer legalese, see the guidelines below.

 

Before you begin

 

  • Before you post a question or start a discussion, search the community. There may be an existing solution for your issue.
  • Be sure to check out the documentation which includes articles full of helpful tips and solutions based on community posts.

 

Do's

 

  • Stay Focused - For best results put important words at the beginning of the title. Limit the title to 50 characters or less so that it’s easy to read in search results.
  • Provide context - Provide as much information as possible in your post. There’s no such thing as too much detail. For example, include versions (of Apps and Operating systems), steps you followed, the problem you're trying to solve (Issue statement, Error codes/messages).
  • Be helpful and respectful - Be thoughtful and encouraging of each other, even if your opinions differ. There are people with varying skill levels here, so don't assume that someone knows as much as you do. ("RTFM" is not appropriate)

  • Drive closure - if you get a response that answers your question, mark it as a Correct Answer.
  • Be thankful - if someone gives you a helpful answer, offer them a Kudos!
  • Be patient - This community has folks like you, spread across the world in different time zones. It may take a while for someone to understand and respond.
  • Most importantly, have fun!

 

Don'ts

 

  • Do not use profanity or hateful, derogatory, or demeaning language.
  • Do not include personally-identifying information. (Careful, this can sneak into code or log snippets.)
  • Do not use these boards for solicitation or for any other commercial purpose.
  • Do not post multiple copies of the same message.
  • Don't post any content that demeans, defames, or promotes discrimination or violence on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 

If you believe a post violates any of these guidelines, report it.

Use the 'Report' button to do so: 

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Enterprise & Teams | Community Guidelines

Adobe Employee ,
Feb 25, 2019

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Welcome to the Adobe Enterprise & Teams Community

This community is a shared space for Creative Cloud and Document Cloud administrators to collaborate and to provide a first-class peer-based forum.

Here you can freely ask, share, and learn from your peers in the industry. Together, we ensure that our creatives, designers, and end-users have access to the latest Adobe software and services so that they can do their best work!

 

Your feedback on how we can improve this community is always welcome. You can post your ideas by participating in this poll

Before you dive in, take a look at the Legal Terms of Use | Adobe. If you don't prefer legalese, see the guidelines below.

 

Before you begin

 

  • Before you post a question or start a discussion, search the community. There may be an existing solution for your issue.
  • Be sure to check out the documentation which includes articles full of helpful tips and solutions based on community posts.

 

Do's

 

  • Stay Focused - For best results put important words at the beginning of the title. Limit the title to 50 characters or less so that it’s easy to read in search results.
  • Provide context - Provide as much information as possible in your post. There’s no such thing as too much detail. For example, include versions (of Apps and Operating systems), steps you followed, the problem you're trying to solve (Issue statement, Error codes/messages).
  • Be helpful and respectful - Be thoughtful and encouraging of each other, even if your opinions differ. There are people with varying skill levels here, so don't assume that someone knows as much as you do. ("RTFM" is not appropriate)

  • Drive closure - if you get a response that answers your question, mark it as a Correct Answer.
  • Be thankful - if someone gives you a helpful answer, offer them a Kudos!
  • Be patient - This community has folks like you, spread across the world in different time zones. It may take a while for someone to understand and respond.
  • Most importantly, have fun!

 

Don'ts

 

  • Do not use profanity or hateful, derogatory, or demeaning language.
  • Do not include personally-identifying information. (Careful, this can sneak into code or log snippets.)
  • Do not use these boards for solicitation or for any other commercial purpose.
  • Do not post multiple copies of the same message.
  • Don't post any content that demeans, defames, or promotes discrimination or violence on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

 

If you believe a post violates any of these guidelines, report it.

Use the 'Report' button to do so: 

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