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Last year Adobe anounced that they would not continue to support Muse. So I had to move 3 websites into a different program and hire someone to do it since I didn't have time to learn yet another program! Needless to say, I AM not happy with what it cost to do that. And now Adobe is updating MUSE!?!?!
Did you change your mind? Do you consider the consequences to the people who use your progams when you decide later, "oh dear, maybe we won't continue with that one!...Oh or maybe we will..." You do not build trust in your company that way!
>> "And now Adobe is updating MUSE!?!?!?"
You are talking about an update which is older than half a year and did nothing else but fixing some operating system related issues (regarding new versions of macOS and Windows), and removing all "social widgets" (because of security reason, as Adobe stated).
This doesn’t change anything about the "End of Life" state of Muse. This only fulfilled a promise, that Adobe gave, to fix crucial OS related issues til March 26 2020: "After March 26, 2020 Adobe will no longer deliver compatibility updates with the Mac and Windows OS, or fix any bugs that might crop up when publishing Adobe Muse sites to the web." (look here … )
Look at it this way, Muse support ends in 52 days. If you migrated to new software already, you're in a good place. Far better than those who haven't migrated yet. Which software did you move to?