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February 7, 2012

David Kastendick Twitterview

Update: Thanks to all those who tuned in for our Twitterview on 2/10.  Please find below a full transcript of our great Q&A with Online/Social Customer Success Engineer David Kastendick!

We’re excited to announce that David Kastendick, our Online/Social Customer Success Engineer, will be participating in our next Twitterview this Friday, February 10th at 10AM PST. As an IT and customer service professional, David is fully qualified to dig into your toughest Acrobat related questions.

So break out your Acrobat knowledge! From shortcuts, tips & tricks, technical issues and more, we are happy to address each your comments live via Twitter.  If you don’t have a Twitter account, don’t worry, you can still participate! Please leave your questions in the comments section of this blog post.

If there are any Acrobat related questions or comments you might have, this Twitterview is a great opportunity to get them out in the open in a fun and social manner.  Plus you can meet another member of our fantastic team!  So please join us, this Friday 2/10 at 10AM PST, for an informative and engaging session.

If you can’t make it live, check back in on this blog for a full recap afterwards.  You can also find more information on David below.

David Kastendick is an Online/Social Customer Success Engineer for both Acrobat and Adobe’s Document Cloud services. Since 2010 he has assisted desktop and enterprise users through a variety of channels with the goal of complete customer satisfaction at the forefront. Prior to joining Adobe, David worked with an Adobe partner in training, management, and support roles. When he isn’t working to resolve customer issues, he enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest where he resides.

 

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March 3, 2011

Adobe FormsCentral Twitterview Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined in our second Twitterview on Tuesday on Adobe FormsCentral, and especially to Todd Gerber and Rebecca Staley for answering all those questions!

If you missed it, or are just hungry for more FormsCentral information, you can find the complete Twitterview below. Our contest winner will be chosen at random and announced on Friday, so good luck! Remember that you can enter just by asking questions during the Twitterview, so tune in next time.

Don’t forget, leave us a comment or @reply on what you’d like to see out of future Acroview Twitterviews and topics, and we’ll be happy to take it into consideration.


Be sure to follow us at @Acrobat for the latest news and updates on all things Acrobat, including our next Twitterview!

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February 25, 2011

“Ask the Xpert” Twitterview: Adobe FormsCentral

Hope you enjoyed our first “Ask the Xpert” Twitterview with the Acrobat team’s Chris French and Dave Stromfeld. If you didn’t have a chance to join, check out the transcript from the session!
 
Our second “Ask the Xpert” Twitterview takes a look at dynamic forms, and it kicks off on Tuesday, March 1 at 10:00am PST on our Acrobat Twitter handle:  @Acrobat. Our hosts are Todd Gerber, Group Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat.com Solutions, and Rebecca Staley, Community Manager, Acrobat.com.
 
To refresh your memory, Twitterviews are interviews conducted on Twitter, where you get to interview our special guests about, in this case, forms-related questions.  We encourage everyone to ask Todd and Rebecca questions via Twitter during the Twitterview using the hashtag #Acroview, or better yet, starting today using that same hashtag #Acroview, or even right here in the comments section of this blog post!  
 
As an added incentive, all users who ask a question will be entered into a random drawing for a chance to win 10 FormsCentral Plus accounts for a whole year—a great solution for you, your colleagues, club, team, etc. FormsCentral is our new forms-creation and online data-collection solution that we announced on Feb. 14, and FormsCentral Plus offers unlimited forms and up to 5,000 responses per form. The drawing is open to residents in North America only. For the complete rules see here.
 
Here’s a little more info about Todd and Rebecca:
 
Todd Gerber is Group Product Marketing Manager for Acrobat.com Solutions, managing all services for Acrobat Solutions, including FormsCentral, SendNow, CreatePDF and more. He comes to Adobe with more than 15 years expertise building corporate online programs in direct and indirect sales, lead acquisition, and optimization. Prior to Adobe Todd spent 13 years at HP, most recently as director of business engagement and development. When he’s not talking up the latest cool use cases for FormsCentral, he enjoys traveling and writing screenplays.
 
Rebecca Staley joined the Acrobat.com team last year as the Acrobat.com Community Manager. Since coming to Adobe, she’s been working with all of Acrobat.com‘s attendant services, including SendNow, CreatePDF, and now FormsCentral; she spends her time writing blog posts and having conversations in the Adobe forums about all of these services. When she’s not tweeting the latest Acrobat.com news, she’s covered with ink at the letterpress studio or gallivanting around the Northern California wilderness.
 

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Don’t forget to follow our Twitter handle, @Acrobat, for the latest Acrobat news and updates, and ask those questions using #Acroview or in the comments section here!  We hope to see you (virtually) on Tuesday, March 1!
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January 26, 2011

Adobe #Acroview Recap

For those of you tuned in for Tuesday’s Acrobat Twitterview with senior product managers Chris French and Dave Stromfeld, thanks for joining! And for those who may have missed it, today’s your lucky day! See the Twitterview in its entirety below. And congratulations again to @alexblacktooth, our question contributor chosen at random, who won a copy of Acrobat X Pro! We look forward to hosting more Twitterviews in the future, so be sure to follow us on Twitter @Acrobat for the latest updates. Have a topic you’d like to hear more about? Leave us a comment and we’ll do our best to work it into the Twitterview schedule!

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