Tweet By Angela Hsiao For the past few months, I have been interning on the Adobe Connect Team. It’s been a fun ride and using Adobe Connect for most of my meetings has made me appreciate the many features and benefits it offers. One of the most interesting projects I had the opportunity to work […]
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Tweet Over the past year, recognition continued to roll in for Adobe Connect. Another great review that came in at the end of 2012 was from Network World. Network World conducted side-by-side comparisons of eight of the leading Web conferencing vendors and ranked Adobe Connect in a tie for first. The Network World web conferencing […]
Tweet Last week, I published a sneak peek showing you some incredible new features that will enable customers to build landing pages to register participants for their events. I’ve seen some stunning examples and these features are largely powered by Adobe CQ5. It’s not the whole story though. When we spoke to customers about the […]
Tweet I’m terrible at keeping secrets. The toughest secrets to keep are often the new features that engineering is working on for future versions of Adobe Connect. Some of these features are incredibly exciting my first instinct is to want to tell everyone about them. Usually, I’m not able to do that. I’m very glad […]
Tweet There are two two separate pods in Adobe Connect that enable participants to ask questions during a meeting, virtual classroom or webinar. The Chat pod allows for completely open discussion among all participants and private discussion between two participants or a participant and a group (like the presenters). The Chat pod is unmoderated, which […]