After 20-plus years covering tech, I'm no stranger to the product pitch that effectively says "80 percent of people don't do X and our product is designed to appeal to them."
Here's my rule of thumb: 80 percent of those products will fail to appeal to them. Sometimes it's a bad interface, sometimes the wrong feature set for the money, and most of the time because people aren't doing something because it's just too much work. Usually it's a combination of all three. Adobe wants all those unmonetized people who've never uploaded an image from their phone--or at least never committed to a particular service--to adopt its Carousel photo-sharing and collaboration system. But in its initial incarnation at least, it's missing key features without really making sharing significantly less work. It does have some really nice editing tools, though.… Read more