we are all Unsinn those smartphones and I can't find any app in iOS with which I can read and post nicely on this forum?
is there somebody out there that is also so annoyed of this fact?
is this such a big thing for a software giant like adobe to produce a simple forum for iOS and Android , that they later can sell to other companies and small business ?
the forum is so clumsy !
sorry but maybe take a look at other forums!
it drives me mad that I can't see where or how I can post a question.
why are all the answers to my question only under the bell and not under communication ?
or under the envelope that looks like that is the place where the answers are coming in....
am I the only one that is thinking:
mmmmh they made this just to have fun with us?
and I hope you improve this channel.
This forum software is NOT made by Adobe. It comes from a 3rd party called Khoros formerly called L i t h i u m. I agree with you. This forum's usability needs much improvement. Hopefully things will get better.
why don´t we use this to make the forum better?
And most of us are paying for this service.
Why is it so hard to get a decent support?
I am disapointed!
The money I pay for service and the feedback is not equivalent for what I was hoping for.
And a laggy forum is the last thing I need and wish from a company that is making money
I am sure that the developer at adobe are not using this forum.
so why don´t you give us a decent forum adobe?
ah for all the other people here. If you are looking for an alternative forum
this is fast
easy to use
thnaxs nacy for pointing out why the forum is what it is.
this is how Avid does it:
maybe we can copy some of the features.
maybe we copy the things that feel good?
even if it´s avid.
Avid's forum looks slightly like the phpBB or WoltLab Burning Board forum software. Though they use Telligent (formerly Community Server) for their forum.
The Adobe forum does get updates from time to time - here's the latest (at the time of this writing):
Thank you for succinctly summing up this "support" forum. Reminds me of how support forums were 20 years ago - cumbersome and not very helpful. Adobe - you're maling $ - do better than this!
You've resurrected an old topic from 2020. What exactly are you having trouble with today?
This forum works well for me in desktop browsers like Chrome and Firefox that don't have script blocking add-ons.