Translate Ideas and Comments
Choose language:
There was an error during translation


My feedback

  1. 614 votes

    We're glad you're here

    Please sign in to leave feedback

    Signed in as (Sign out)

    We’ll send you updates on this idea

    An error occurred while saving the comment
    Anonymous commented  · 

    Nick, that is called versioning. History is like the history palette in Photoshop and InDesign. I don't care about versioning except for when I'm programming. I can save versions and give them names, so versioning for art or design isn't something I'll likely use and didn't ask for. I've come to the distinct conclusion this user voice thing is more of a pressure valve for users and less about Adobe paying attention or listening to the user. This is why I rarely if ever participate in user feedback or user feedback conferences. Software Engineers rarely if ever care about the end user, nor do they care how the end user uses the software, as they should fall in line with their ****** unusable software. We are now three years on from when I posted this, and quite frankly am just about done. The final option is I bomb their LinkedIn until I get kicked from that platform or finally get someone's attention.

    An error occurred while saving the comment
    Anonymous commented  · 

    I've posted this nearly two years ago. On the whole I'm becoming disenchanted with Adobe specifically and software companies in general, who would much rather hear from shareholders than their customers. In some instances these shareholders don't even use the product the company makes, while those that pay the price for their product are largely ignored.

    In this thread, which I keep getting messages for I've seen individuals that rely on the History tool in Photoshop, and one that uses it to make the software more accessible to their unique needs. At what point are you people actually going to listen to your users. If it weren't for the fact that you, Adobe, have pretty much bought out every competing software manufacturer, we'd be able to jump ship to another product that fulfills our needs. Seems a little like a potential antitrust case to me, but then I'm not a lawyer.

    Do we need to figuratively blow-up this thread to get you to understand how important this workflow feature is to graphic artists? Or are you going to continue to ignore this for other extraneous features that don't even match the workflow of your other products. They call it a software ecosystem for a reason. Rules in that ecosystem work throughout, with exception to Adobe Products.

    Anonymous supported this idea  · 
    An error occurred while saving the comment
    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm shocked that many of the other products have this. I went on a design hiatus about nine years ago. Photoshop had it then, and, if memory serves, so did InDesign. How is it a History panel hasn't made it into Illustrator?

Feedback and Knowledge Base