In the rush of everyone talking about the newest features of AEM 6.4, something was overlooked. Those of us that were familiar with the Classic UI in Adobe Experience Manager, and how everything worked in it, were thrown for a bit of a loop when the Touch UI was first introduced in AEM 5.6. Not only was everything in a new spot or organized in a different way, but the method to get to those places also changed. And it hasn’t really stopped since. Adobe has constantly been fiddling and tweaking with the way that the Touch UI works. I am both glad and annoyed by that. Glad because they are trying to improve it, but annoyed because they are constantly changing it, forcing users to learn news click-throughs each time a new version comes out.