Muse Jam: What's New in Adobe Muse CC (Spring 2016)

Muse Jam: What's New in Adobe Muse CC (Spring 2016),
Recorded January 28, 2016 Note: Moving to TUESDAY this week. Come see what’s next in Adobe Muse CC. Join Dani Beaumont, Adobe Muse Principal Product Manager, as she gives you a sneak peek at Adobe Muse features and improvements coming to Creative Cloud members very soon.
 

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