Check out the Adobe Feature Request & Bug Form, AKA the Wishform for Adobe products. The form includes all Adobe software such as After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, SpeedGrade, and Illustrator.
Best Practices on Submitting a Feature Request or Bug Fix
Adobe is a company that has a reputation for really listening to its customers. It’s highly likely that every submission will be read by Adobe, but here are a few tips, or best practices, to make your request rise above the rest.
- Have more than one Feature Request? Break up your feature requests into multiple. Don’t put them in one submission so each one can be addressed separately.
- Write clearly and succinctly by getting to the point and not rambling.
- Does the feature doesn’t already exist? Check the latest release before submitting a request if you use an older version. It’s common sense, I know! Download the current version of Adobe Creative Cloud and take it for a spin.
- Check out online forums with feature requests, which may be very helpful in finding out if it is a common request.
- For bug reports, include all pertinent information. This includes the make/model of your computer, software version, graphics card information, etc.
- Check the Adobe Support Home page for info on your product. Ask Customer Service if the problem is related to activation. Also, check online forums first because there a bug fix available already.