All the DW tutorials - old and new, are at this link:
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hope this helps.
I think what Kate was asking was if users would be willing to take a specific, predetermined time slot out of their day to sit in front of their computer and be willing to answer n00b questions live via video chat for free in a Google+ hangout. Thanks for asking, Kate. The answer is no.
You are correct on my question -- but why the "no" answer? After attending the Adobe camp in SF, my feeling was they really promoted conversation about this new shift in DW.
It's possible people on the forums might want to help each other. Tutorials don't work when you have questions and hangouts are so much much better than typing about an issue.
I have been using hangouts for similar purposes with my colleagues and they save a lot of time.
why the "no" answer?
What is the answer to 99 out of 100 questions? Answer that and you'll answer your question.
Adobe camp in SF promote conversation about Adobe products in order to promote sales of their products. Why do you use hangouts with your colleagues? Whether you realize it or not, it's for the purpose of compensation. If you want live video support and are willing to pay for it then I'm sure others would be willing to oblige.
This is a user-to-user forum. Adobe employees rarely hang out here.
Post your suggestion in the wishlist:
Thanks for the feedback.
My experience in "other" communities (design and writers forums) are that we actually "like" to help each other. The hangouts have been quite successful. My philosophy is the more people help each other, the more people win.
Whether someone is an adobe employee or not, doesn't matter to me. It's really about a person's skill level. I've used this forum many times and have always had friendly and generous responses, especially from the moderators.
So I must admit I am surprised by the responses here. I guess I'm in the wrong place for collaborating with people about doing this.
p.s. Nancy-I did as you suggested.