The Connect 11.0 update is planned to take place for customers on the EMEA clusters on the 26th September between 00.01am (UK time) and 06.00am.
Say hello to the new Adobe Connect, upgraded to Modern, Simple & Fun!
Powered by HTML5, Adobe Connect now enables consistent, rich experiences and ubiquitous access through any modern browser and a brand-new Windows desktop app. Now, hosts, presenters, and participants can unlock the full range of features Adobe Connect has to offer with a quick click, right from their browsers
With Adobe Connect’s newest release, we are proud to unveil a modern, intuitive, minimalistic, and highly responsive UI, based on Adobe’s state-of the-art Spectrum design system. Adobe’s design framework is built to be user centric and to work seamlessly across all platforms, both mobile and desktop. This gives hosts and presenters the flexibility and accessibility they need to reach the broadest possible audience. Watch the video below to learn more.
Enhanced Host Capabilities
With Adobe Connect, you get to run the show. Leverage its versatile stage to make your story come alive. Our new and enhanced host controls now allow you to name the breakout rooms, manage the layouts and lock layouts in place so that your perfectly designed virtual room always stays perfect.
Be it students working on group assignments, or conference attendees visiting virtual booths; you can now make their virtual experience feel more real by naming those breakouts. You can also time their journey and rotate participants between breakouts with just a click.
Your perfectly designed stage is now easy to manage too. The new broad panel Manage Layouts view can help with a quick search, select, drag, rename, and delete capabilities. It also lets you Lock Layouts to ensure that the perfect stage stays perfect.
We know how important it is to perpetuate your live sessions by converting them to recorded interactive content for on demand learning. Now let the new Recording Reminders help you do that better.
Watch the video below to learn more and this is also described in more detail on the “what’s new” section here