The Adobe Experience League Community is a platform that helps people deepen their knowledge of Adobe products and services, and connects learners to experts. Because we are a community used by people of all ages, cultures, and by people at work, we carefully moderate the content in these forums. Please help us keep them a safe and welcoming place for all members and abide by these community guidelines.
We are a diverse and global community. Be respectful of different cultures, religions, languages, and identities of all participants. Language or media that offends, threatens or insults an individual or group based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, serious disease or disability, caste, gender, age, or sexual orientation is not welcome here.
Additionally, we do not allow content that contains the following:
Nudity or pornographic material
Vulgar language like profanity or hate speech
Harassment and threats
Illegal activities or goods
Self-harm or promotion of self-harm
Promotion of terrorism or violent extremism
Spam or advertisements
We are a community designed to promote and encourage creative expression and a learning environment. Keep your posts, comments, private messages, and other communications on-topic, constructive, and encouraging.
Do not share your own or others’ personal information like home address, phone number, email address, serial number, or payment information.
Beware of users purporting to be Adobe employees who are requesting your personal information or trying to gain access to your computer. All Adobe employees are required to have a red Adobe logo on their avatar, and it says 'Adobe Employee' under their username.
Only upload your own work or content that you have permission to use. Don’t use other people’s trademarks without permission or upload other people's work as if it is your own. We disable accounts that engage in deceptive or harmful behaviors, including:
Using fake profiles
Impersonating other people or entities
Falsely attributing someone else’s work
Using automated or scripted processes (such as bulk or automated following or appreciating of community comments, scripted commenting on conversation threads, etc.)
Report Abuse on the Adobe Community
If you ever experience a user violating the Community Guidelines, you can make a report to the community moderators. How to report inappropriate content:
In the drop down menu options for each thread, you will find an option labeled 'Report'
Click this button to report inappropriate content
A moderator will review the content as quickly as possible and take action.