I agree!! A list, spreadsheet, or graph to give us a better understanding as to how all of our ideas are implemented, and perhaps show us how many ideas/suggestions were given, how many have been implemented, how many are still being looked into, etc..I'm surprised that there isn't one in place, just like our insights page..
@DJStevie I am a bit surprised as well. Most companies like this who openly state that they rely on customer feedback to make product enhancements celebrate this by showing the results that came from customer feedback. Now, they wont necessarily give credit to individual users for privacy reasons, but they definitely say that this change was user requested.
Here, all we have (aside from maybe 1 or 2 remote examples) is what changes (to the detriment of the paying customer) were the result of buyer feedback - which as of late has caused more morale harm than good.
We are all handholding TT to a brighter future - if they take our lead I am sure they will be successful
Does this mean you are working on them in April and they could come out
June, July - you know, whenever it's done? Why not just announce it when
you actually know the changes have been made?
@rachelalvesphot we recently started these product update posts to show the changes that were made during that month. Our last post HERE outlines all of the changes that were made during March. We've been posting a notice in the middle of the month to let pros know where to look and then each post has been updated towards the end of each month.