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Hi Affinity,

 

due the huge amount of feature requests, i think it would be nice to have some voting platform like guys from webflow (https://wishlist.webflow.com/?sort=popular) or many others to give a some sort of awareness of what features community starve for the most. I think the vote system and ability to see the most wanted features could bring a little bit more clarity for community as well as developers. If you add flags like (planned, not planned, considering, in dev etc.), it could work as a kind of roadmap as well. What do you think?

 

Tomas

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A voting system isn't needed as Psenda has kindly posted a quote from Patrick indicating that. That doesn't mean that the developers don't listen, they do. They listen to users who make civil, well reasoned requests. Users who make a good case for the features that they would like to see added. I personally have never seen or heard about a company that has their developers actively engage with users on their forum. Not only are the developers actively engaging with users, they do so in a manner that is both polite and helpful. Not something you'll see often. 

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Guys, calm down. I have never said that feature with most votes should be mandatory to implement. Its a hint what community most starve for. I think the flag system i mentioned shows that the final choice is always on developers because they could flag any feature as "not planned". Are we ok?

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