Setting your Out-Of-Office for Adobe MAX

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Adobe MAX is right around the corner, and this year we’re teaming up with Cameo, the leading marketplace connecting fans and brands directly with tens of thousands of pop culture personalities. We’re surprising Adobe MAX attendees with personalized out-of-office messages handcrafted by celebrities that their coworkers, bosses, and family members won’t be able to ignore.

Our recent Future of Time survey revealed that an increasing number of us are feeling stressed, stretched, and burnt out due to the new work environment that blurs the line between work life and personal life. The constant pings and dings from last minute meeting invites or other urgent requests make it hard to disconnect in the work-from-home era — and even harder to fully immerse yourself in a virtual event like Adobe MAX.

Burnout and distractions are the enemy of creative inspiration, and that’s why we’re enlisting help from everyone’s favorite around-the-office celebrities to create surprise, bespoke out-of-office messages for a lucky group of registered Adobe MAX attendees.

Unlike your usual OOO message, MAX Out-of-Office notes will be personally delivered by none other than the cast members from everyone’s favorite office-based sitcom. Melora Hardin, David Koecher, Kate Flannery, and Andy Buckley are coming together to put your notifications to rest and make sure that your OOO will never be forgotten.

Adobe MAX is an annual celebration of creativity and is virtual for the second year in a row. For three days, creatives can connect with the global creative community, refuel their passion, brush up on skills, and tune in to over 400 sessions, keynotes, celebrity speaker events, musical performances, and more. Register today to attend Adobe MAX on October 26-28 for free here.

Also, be on the lookout on Twitter to see if a familiar face might be hooking you up with the best excuse to say no to work and fully immerse yourself in the MAX experience.