Archive for April, 2010

Feedback and Rating via Adobe Community Help Client

Earlier, when you wanted to add comments to a Help topic or rate it, you needed to go to Help on the web. With the Community Help Client (CHC), you can comment on, rate, and contribute to Help content and Adobe online resources like Developer Center articles – all from within the CHC.

To provide feedback and rating through the CHC, search for the Help topic or Adobe online resource that you want to comment on, and click Feedback & Rating in the bottom left-corner of the CHC. The Feedback & Rating tab opens to let you post your feedback.

You, of course, need a valid Adobe ID to provide any feedback and rating. If you do not have an Adobe ID as yet, you can get one in a couple of minutes by registering yourself at: https://www.adobe.com/membership

What I really like about providing feedback through the CHC is that you can categorize your feedback in the form of a tip, correction, or suggest a link to a relevant online resource. Once you post your feedback, the feedback appears with the relevant icon denoting the feedback type.

Also, don’t miss the Have a question? link – this link takes you right to the Adobe Forums (http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa), where you can discuss your questions with other Adobe users.

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So, the next time you want to provide feedback on a Help topic, do try it out through the CHC!

Your feedback on ColdFusion Builder!

The ColdFusion Builder product team is running a survey to gather feedback on the newly-released ColdFusion Builder. The team is also using this survey to help gather ideas for the next version of ColdFusion Builder.

 

So, what are you’ll waiting for? Just click this link to take the survey. The survey should not take more than a few minutes of your time.

 

Thanks, in advance, for participating in this survey!