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Using MUSE past the trial period

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Jun 27, 2018

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Hello Adobe

I know MUSE CC is no longer updated, but I would still like to use it for our web-site. I have installed the trial, and it runs out in 5 days from now. We have the Photography Plan with Lightroom and Photoshop, so we would like to have MUSE in addition as a Single App Plan. But MUSE is no longer on the list in the Single App Plan. Is there anyway we can be using MUSE past the trial period now?

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Martin

Photographer Karen Relster

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional
  • You would need to purchase a qualifying creative cloud plan. 
  • Muse is not included in the Photography Plan.
  • Older versions are not offered to Trial Members.

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Using MUSE past the trial period

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Hello Adobe

I know MUSE CC is no longer updated, but I would still like to use it for our web-site. I have installed the trial, and it runs out in 5 days from now. We have the Photography Plan with Lightroom and Photoshop, so we would like to have MUSE in addition as a Single App Plan. But MUSE is no longer on the list in the Single App Plan. Is there anyway we can be using MUSE past the trial period now?

Kind regards,

Martin

Photographer Karen Relster

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional
  • You would need to purchase a qualifying creative cloud plan. 
  • Muse is not included in the Photography Plan.
  • Older versions are not offered to Trial Members.

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Quite frankly, I wouldn't spend any more time with Muse.  It has no future & It's EOL for a reason -- it cannot keep up with modern web standards much less newer ones.   Your time would be better spent looking at other alternatives. 

Adobe Portfolio might be an option to consider.  It comes free with qualifying Creative Cloud Plans.

Another option is learning to work with native web files (CSS, HTML, JS) in a genuine code edtitor like Dreamweaver, Pinegrow, Atom, VS Code, CoffeeCup, etc...  

A third option is to look at visual design apps such as Webflow, Sparkle, Blocs, Without Code and others that have been mentioned in this forum.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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Jun 28, 2018

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Hey Martin,

Apart from helpful suggestions by our expert above, however, if you still like to install Muse here is the way.

It is still in the Adobe CC app, put a tick in "show old apps" to see that download option.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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  • You would need to purchase a qualifying creative cloud plan. 
  • Muse is not included in the Photography Plan.
  • Older versions are not offered to Trial Members.
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