InDesign Poll Results: Which tool(s) should be removed from the toolbar?
Hey folks, it’s time to review the results of our latest InDesign poll, and take the wraps off a brand new one.
The latest InDesign Secrets polled asked, “Which tool(s) should be removed from the toolbar?” This question was inspired by my jealousy of Photoshop users’ ability to customize their toolbars, simply by clicking on the three dots at the bottom of the toolbar.
Maybe someday we’ll get that same feature in InDesign, but until then at least we can all gripe about the things taking up valuable screen real estate that we never use.
And topping the list of gripes was the Content Collector, which nabbed 25% of the vote. Ironically, David recently found an amazing and unique use for the Content Collector, so I guess there’s hope for it yet.
Coming in second in the fight for futility was the Note tool, with 17% of the vote, followed in quick succession by the Smooth tool, Scissors tool, and Gap tool.
New Poll: Which version of InDesign are you using?
This month’s poll is quite simple: it just asks which version of InDesign you’re currently using. Knowing how up-to-date your software is helps us pick the most relevant topics for articles. There are five answer choices: CC 2018, some earlier version of CC, CS6, and CS5.5 or earlier. If you use multiple versions for different projects or clients, please select all that apply.