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We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.4.3 & Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1

We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.4.3 & Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1

 

What's new in this update?

  • Photoshop: With the July 2021 release of Photoshop 22.4.3, we updated the way Photoshop detects certain AMD cards, allowing for more AMD cards to be recognized and used by Photoshop. This release also provides fixes to several customer-reported issues. For details, see Fixed issues
  • Photoshop on the iPad: With this release, Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1 brings continued updates and improvements to the app.

 

To update Photoshop to 22.4.3, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop. More detailed instructions for updating

 

To update Photoshop Mobile to 2.6.1, you can check out how you can update the apps manually.

Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Combining Photoshop & Photoshop Mobile into Photoshop Ecosystem Community

Hi Everyone!

Community changes are coming. Here’s what you need to know:

 

Combining PS Boards2.png

 

In a few days, you’ll notice the Photoshop and Lightroom communities change to include “ecosystem” in their titles. As Photoshop and Lightroom have evolved into multi-app ecosystems, separate community spaces for each app have lost their value, reduced visibility, limited scalability, and confused our customers who need help at an ecosystem level.

 

To this end, the changes you will see on Monday 7/19 after 3:00 am (PST time) are:

 

  • Photoshop ecosystem: The Photoshop & Photoshop Mobile communities will consolidate into a new community called, “Photoshop ecosystem”.
  • Lightroom ecosystem (Cloud-based): The Lightroom & Lightroom Mobile & Apple TV communities will consolidate into a new community called, “Lightroom ecosystem (Cloud-based)”.

 

In addition, the conversation tags will be based on a platform instead of a feature; you can expect to see posts include labels such as macOS, Windows, iOS, etc. Label selections will be limited to two per post in an effort to focus on customer issue categorizations. When threads that were initiated before the merge are edited, they will lose their existing labels, so be sure to retag them as appropriate.

 

These changes should allow for faster thread responses from the community teams and quick fixes from the product teams. Thank you for your ongoing support!

 

Regards,

The Adobe Community team

Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Jul 19, 2021 Jul 19, 2021
We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.4.3 & Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1

We are happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.4.3 & Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1

 

What's new in this update?

  • Photoshop: With the July 2021 release of Photoshop 22.4.3, we updated the way Photoshop detects certain AMD cards, allowing for more AMD cards to be recognized and used by Photoshop. This release also provides fixes to several customer-reported issues. For details, see Fixed issues
  • Photoshop on the iPad: With this release, Photoshop on the iPad 2.6.1 brings continued updates and improvements to the app.

 

To update Photoshop to 22.4.3, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop. More detailed instructions for updating

 

To update Photoshop Mobile to 2.6.1, you can check out how you can update the apps manually.

Dec 09, 2019 Dec 09, 2019
Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adobe Employee , Jul 16, 2021 Jul 16, 2021
Combining Photoshop & Photoshop Mobile into Photoshop Ecosystem Community

Hi Everyone!

Community changes are coming. Here’s what you need to know:

 

Combining PS Boards2.png

 

In a few days, you’ll notice the Photoshop and Lightroom communities change to include “ecosystem” in their titles. As Photoshop and Lightroom have evolved into multi-app ecosystems, separate community spaces for each app have lost their value, reduced visibility, limited scalability, and confused our customers who need help at an ecosystem level.

 

To this end, the changes you will see on Monday 7/19 after 3:00 am (PST time) are:

 

  • Photoshop ecosystem: The Photoshop & Photoshop Mobile communities will consolidate into a new community called, “Photoshop ecosystem”.
  • Lightroom ecosystem (Cloud-based): The Lightroom & Lightroom Mobile & Apple TV communities will consolidate into a new community called, “Lightroom ecosystem (Cloud-based)”.

 

In addition, the conversation tags will be based on a platform instead of a feature; you can expect to see posts include labels such as macOS, Windows, iOS, etc. Label selections will be limited to two per post in an effort to focus on customer issue categorizations. When threads that were initiated before the merge are edited, they will lose their existing labels, so be sure to retag them as appropriate.

 

These changes should allow for faster thread responses from the community teams and quick fixes from the product teams. Thank you for your ongoing support!

 

Regards,

The Adobe Community team

Dec 09, 2019 Dec 09, 2019
Avoid Phishing: 3 Easy Ways to Identify Adobe Staff

We have received several reports where some individuals in the community are posing as Adobe Employees. These individuals are falsely representing who they are to gain your trust, and possibly access to your computer or personal information by offering to help troubleshoot issues.

 

Here are 3 Easy ways you can identify Adobe Staff:

➊ All Adobe Staff have a RED ADOBE BADGE below their profile picture and an Adobe logo after their username. This staff badge is visible on Adobe Staff profile pages, original posts and reply threads. 

 

➋ Genuine Adobe emails are always __________@adobe.com

 

➌ Adobe Staff will never ask you to share your passwords or sensitive information in the Adobe Community. Adobe employees will always direct you to communicate through an official Adobe channel to set up support sessions.

 

Report abuse or suspicious behavior to: phishing@adobe.com

 

Phishing Infographic_Easy ways to identify Adobe Staff.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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