For those of you that haven't received the email around the Adobe Muse EOL, see the FAQ Product Announcement .
What about a notice for those whom are New coming to Adobe and reviewing the Muse product page or even subscribing and unwittingly not knowing that Muse is EOL ? There is no indication on the Muse product page, or when purchasing to advise, warn or inform New people that Muse is DOA and EOL.
That absence of proper information should be addressed and reflects poorly on Adobe, IMHO.
Thank you for your post, and I appreciate your concern. From what I last heard, and if I remember right, there are plans to update this page with the announcement. I will update this post as soon as I have more info.
Thanks for the response, I strongly believe clearly stating that is appropriate and responsible.
I checked with the team, and they are working towards effectively addressing this concern in multiple ways Any user that signs up without knowledge of the announcement and wants to change their decision can reach out to us directly Contact Customer Care
I checked with the team, and they are working towards effectively addressing this concern
How long can it possibly take to add a small banner notice to the top of the page about the announcement of EOL? Seems questionable as to whether it will be addressed on those pages, which it needs to be.
If you have ever heard of Muse Themes then you will definitely will want to go to their solution for a web builder. It was built with us in mind. Go to http://wocode.com and check out their brand new web builder called Architect. It is easy to use and does what Muse couldn't...it has native blogging with rss feeds and a built in store that is a white labeled version of ecwid! It works and Steve Harris has done it right for Muse users. SSL is free with all sites....
They have been open about the fact that they have built on top of it. I have been using for 3 weeks now and it is a joy to use with all their new features!