I often spend quite a bit of time on a couple of FB groups about photoshop elements. Lots of back and forth figuring out stuff that new users need help with.
I decided to start something that's been "On the back burner" for a year or so. Zoom meetings about PSE. I've never heard or read about anyone hosting such meetings: offering real-time help and instruction. I'm goingto host the first "beta" version of this 1 week from today.
No reason others couldn't do the same.
I tihink it's a good idea.
If you don't feel it's a good idea, feel free to bust my chops about it.
I had my second practice zoom meeting about PSE 2022- it was a "shakedown cruise" of sorts to work out any kinks.
I see in the community that there have been zoom meetings on other things in the Adobe universe, but not PSE in particular.
I went over, quickly, about some of the odd menu choices people may not be aware- answering questions, while screen sharing, in real time, how to see all the info about an image quickly, and told folks just what the heck a scratch disk reeally is.
I just had my 3rd and final practice zoom meeting. 7 people participated. Discussed downloading custom brushes and shapes, and how to install them. Seems to be a good way of teaching/ discussing PSE. I don't record them, so I don't have a link to share to watch it.
Next month: I plan on two meetings a month. I teach / demonstrate for about 30 minutes, then answer questions or show people how to do something. I think it's much better that spending time trying to find "the right video" you can just ask "glenn, how do I add a brush set I just downloaded?" or "Glenn, how do I make my own custom shapes" type of stuff....