Welcome to the official Adobe Experience Cloud Community. You've come to the best place on the web to connect with experience experts, both inside Adobe and within our customer base. This guide will help you get started and make sure you get the most out of your community experience!
If you have not already done so, tap or click ‘Sign In’ in the upper-right of the community, then log in with your Adobe ID. If you do not have an Adobe ID, you'll have an opportunity to create one after you click Sign In.
After you've signed in, make sure you setup your profile.
Now that you're one of us, it's time you meet the family. Our community team is here for you! We'll do our best to make sure you're updated on the latest and greatest. We'll also try and help with any problem or request you might have, whether that be finding the correct documentation, helping you troubleshoot, or just so you'll have a friendly face at our Adobe events! Our number one goal is to make sure you have a great experience on the community! You can view our entire community team here.
There aren't too many rules in our community, but we do have a few. These guideline will help ensure you and everyone else has a good time while using the community. Here is a short list of our community guidelines:
The Adobe Experience Cloud is made up of 3 clouds:
Each of these three clouds has solutions that work together to accomplish the same goal. Underneath the solutions, you'll find our Cloud Platform. The Platform is comprised of Core Services, Launch, Sensei, Experience Data Models, Platform & Infrastructure Services. Finally, there is Adobe I/O which is our developer paradise.
For now, just keep this slide handy to help you understand where everything fits in.
We've done our best to create guides that will help any new users get similar with our different solutions. Each community manager has created a guide with links to appropriate documentation, training videos, ect. Click on each of the solution icons below to get started:
Now that you've familiarized yourself with our community, let's make sure you can stay on top of the breaking news and start to help other community members. To do this we're going to help you setup your community notifications.
We recommend following threads you're interested in using the Inbox option, as you are automatically subscribed to follow using this option when you reply to a thread. Then, if you'd like you can turn on your email notifications for 'Inbox' so you are also notified via email when there is activity on a thread.
We recommend following spaces using the Connections Stream option & then making sure your email notifications are off for Connections Stream (since spaces get much more activity than individual threads).
To adjust your email notifications, click your avatar in the upper right and then Preferences. Select on and off for each option. This is our recommended set up for the above process:
Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to Save the change.
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