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[Community Update] Adobe Campaign Classic Community is now Adobe Campaign Community!

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07-06-2021

Hi Everyone,

Adobe Campaign Classic Community is now Adobe Campaign Community!

We have made a slight change to our Community by renaming it to Adobe Campaign Community from Adobe Campaign Classic Community. This has been done to welcome our new version of Adobe Campaign – Adobe Campaign V8.

Now, we will be using the same community to host all your queries, discussions, and ideas for Adobe Campaign Classic as well as the new Adobe Campaign V8.

 

What’s changed?

The community name has changed from Adobe Campaign Classic Community to Adobe Campaign Community to accommodate the users and their queries for all the Campaign Classic versions as well as the new Campaign V8, going forward.

How will it impact us?

This should not impact the way you are using your community. But it would be helpful if we maintain clarity while posting any content.

Does this mean Adobe Campaign Classic has no community now?

This is still the community for Adobe Campaign Classic users, but we believe sharing it with Adobe Campaign V8 users would widen the learning opportunities and scope for users of all the Campaign versions.

How to segregate between the content for the two versions?

It would be best to mention clearly in your questions, discussions, and ideas, which version you are referring to, and adding labels (option available on the right hand side while creating the post) might just be the key to end all the confusion. You can use these labels to differentiate going ahead – ‘Campaign Classic’ and ‘Campaign V8’. They are visible at the bottom of your text after the post is live.

To know more about Adobe Campaign V8, please check out this post: Get started with Adobe Campaign V8

 

Please feel free to reach out for any queries and feedback through the below comment section.

Campaign Classic Campaign V8