The first entry

This is my first blog entry from Adobe.

Today, I received the email notification from blog administration team to inform me that my blog had been set up. Is it exciting?

Since I joined in Adobe in April, I have been considering to set up my blog. However, it is so complicated to find out the right way how to do that. Generally, many blog sites provide the self-registry service to enable employees to set up their blogs by themselves, however, I didn’t find any information how to do that from Adobe’s website, and either did I get any result from Adobe intranet. And finally, I decided to ask service desk for help.

I contacted the service desk. The service desk receiption was an India lady and she is very nice. She told me that she needed some time to find out the approach to set up a blog. After 5 minutes later, she told me that she was sorry to keep me wait, and she still needed some minutes to find the solution for me. After about 10 minutes, she told me a URL about how to request a blog on It is a really long URL, and I didn’t think that I could remember that correctly. Fortunately, the lady told that she could send me an email, and submit the request form from the system. Adobe’s service desk is really great!

After one day’s wait, my blog was set up, and an email was sent to me.

It is really great that I can blog in Adobe. With the blog, I can record and share my work and career at Adobe with the people I know and I don’t know.

3 Responses to The first entry

  1. Cynthia Yu says:

    It is interesting experience for me to comment at Adobe blog from your first blog entry. Before that, I sign up and sign in for the comments. Now, I am typing…

  2. Xiaowei Lin says:

    I hope I could be able to leave my footprint here now :)It’s great to see your blog come alive, I also submitted my blog request per your approach sharing(thanks for that). But IT emailed me this morning that my blog description is too long to place on the page. So I shortened it and pray…

  3. Very good post. Thanks for sharing.