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Introducing the Photoshop & Lightroom Feedback Tab on Facebook

Last week, Maria Yap shared in her “Thank You to the 2 Million Fans” blog post how much the connection with customers means to us. The team believes that listening to customers and developing products that help meet your specific needs is a priority. At times, Photoshop and Lightroom have been offered as public betas to gather user feedback prior to final release. We’ve found this type of open communication helps us establish a meaningful dialogue that positively impacts the quality of our products.

As Adobe’s Chief Customer Advocate for Digital Imaging, I’m excited to announce that we’re launching new Feedback Tabs on our Photoshop & Lightroom Facebook pages that work hand in hand with a feedback area we recently launched on We hope that these new Feedback Tabs will be a useful resource for learning about our products and influencing our product development teams with ideas and requests.

We’re interested in what changes you would like see in our products. Do you have an idea for a feature that would help your workflow? Is there a small change that could make your life a little easier? Let us know!

Before posting your ideas using the Feedback Tabs take a moment now to review the Community Guidelines and Company & Customer Pact. To avoid redundancy, you can easily search for topics similar to yours prior to posting a new topic.

Let’s keep this community a positive one! We hope this is a friendly place that allows for varying opinions and ideas and steers clear of rumor or speculation. We appreciate everyone keeping a focus on the products and providing constructive suggestions/feedback that will ultimately help us deliver the very best products for you.

Jeffrey Tranberry
Adobe Systems, Product Manager, Chief Customer Advocate – Digital Imaging

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  • By Dave J Powell - 11:07 AM on April 26, 2011  

    I am one of many that already uses a lot of CS programs on my computers , even use lightroom and photoshop express . As many CS users know there is a version of editing software available with many of the CS features at an everyday price that being photoshop elements .
    Has adobe got plans to expand their range to say a ” Lightroom Lite ” bringing in a cheaper easy to use program that just about everybody might buy for simple editing of Facebook / myspace pictures ?

  • By Gerardo Latorre - 1:44 PM on April 26, 2011  

    I want more flexibility for lightroom, timeline must to break all us ideas of mind, I want, infinite number of timelines in lightroom, in any angle in any curve mode, thanks… easy money.go head . L@to.

  • By Nalin Anand - 10:09 PM on April 26, 2011  

    Really a nice efforts by ur team,Thanks to all in the team.

  • By Mike James - 6:22 PM on April 28, 2011  

    Hello all

    I am brand new both to Photoshop and to this site so I am looking where to start. Although I do know what I would like to do and sure you can do it in Photoshop but not sure how.

    I would like to take a House blue print and do Fills that fills in siding or stone, Roofing ect yet be able to hold close tolerences and hold it to scale.

    I use believe it our not MS Excel to do this now but can not hold the fills to scale can some help me with this


  • By bitodi demercy - 10:56 AM on May 1, 2011  

    hello every one i’m used to photoshop but i’m new to this site,
    all i have to say is that i really like photoshop