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of course i assume adobe wants updates to the latest version, granted.
however, my creative needs require more than 1 version of certain apps.
that said, it is extremely unhelpful that, in 1 context, you title the apps 2024, 2023, etc by year,
but then in another, in CC updater, you just put the version number, WITHOUT the year.
it forces the user to figure out which is which, when the solution is just as simple as putting the full app name, including year in the name
this is feedback to make CC more user friendly - it is currently not helpful in this.
users are paying you every month for a subscription, so the least adobe could do is make updating easier by displaying BOTH version and full app name.
in this respect, adobe is out of conformity to industry standards, which is unprofessional.
please display both in the CC updater.
thanks in advance.
Hi @brinkwerks , I assume when you say "CC updater", you're referring to the Creative Cloud desktop app.
The cards shown in the catalog (if no version is listed) point to the latest version of the app available to you. You can use the spillover menu (3 dots) to find older versions of the app. If you do install multiple versions of an app, you will have multiple cards shown for the app with the verison number shown.
When only one card is shown, the version isn't shown by default to reduce visual clutter on the screen. If a lot of users find that showing the version will be helpful, we can revisit this.