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May 16, 2014 /Customer Showcase /

Thank you. Love, Acrobat

Tweet of the Month

Last month, we received so much love on our social channels it was impossible to highlight just one customer. After much debate, we thought it would be appropriate to pick two.

Meet Steve and Matt. Steve views Acrobat as a Creative Cloud perk, while Matt appreciates the ease of creating forms using FormsCentral.

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“@Acrobat, I love you.”

As Steve can attest, Creative Cloud brings together everything you need to create your greatest work. One simple membership gives you and your team access to the very latest versions of all the Adobe professional creative desktop applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, (and you guessed it—Acrobat). One of the biggest perks of Acrobat is that once all your Creative Cloud desktop applications are installed directly to your computer, you won’t need an Internet connection to use them. Another nice feature is that you can share your files with anyone—clients, colleagues, friends. Just email a link, and they can view the file in their web browser without even creating an account. Not already sold? Creative Cloud membership options are designed to best suit your needs, from a single-app membership to complete membership. And no matter which option you choose, you’ll have access to cloud storage.

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“Oh @Adobe Acrobat. You make forms so easy.”

We cannot explain how rewarding it is for us to see comments like this one from Matt, since we’re constantly striving to help share tips and build upon the features that help to simplify your work day. FormsCentral allows customers to create forms in minutes, distribute them instantly, and analyze them in real time. You can choose from more than 100 professional templates and can customize them with your logo, colors, and messages. Not a fan of templates? Drag and drop to create your own form from scratch. Distributing forms is as easy as sending an email or embedding a link on your website. Once responses are automatically collected online use built-in formulas to analyze results and share summary reports with your clients or bosses.

Thanks Matt and Steve for letting us know the features that are really useful to you. By sharing these positive social posts, we hope some of you can learn something new you may not have realized you could do before. If nothing else, we just want to make sure you know we appreciate you, just as much as Steve and Matt appreciate Acrobat.

Until next month.

Categories: Customer Showcase

Comments

  • By Betrayed User - 8:15 AM on May 20, 2014  

    These guys are forgetting that their CC subscriptions trap their work in the Adobeverse forever. Creative Suite was the best before it went software-as-a-service. These programs are tools, not services, and forcing professional users into that paradigm is exploitative. Subscribing to CC is signing a deal with the devil.

    • By Adobe Acrobat - 10:10 AM on May 22, 2014  

      We truly apologize for any inconvenience. We try to make every experience the easiest and best for all of our users. If you would like to submit a formal feature request, we recommend you do so here, http://adobe.ly/10MGdEh. Thank you.