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Helping GR keep abreast of suggestions

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InspectorGreenPen

InspectorGreenPen Report 19 Jun 2011 18:40

I agree entirely.

I also think that the board should be restricted to suggestions for enhancements and program changes to the site's functionality, and should be culled of anything that is not a suggestion within this definition, i.e. a moan, whinge, program bug or customer service problem.

TootyFruity

TootyFruity Report 19 Jun 2011 07:03

Just a suggestion to help keep abreast of topics discussed on this board which GR are considering implementing. If it was me, I would sticky a thread at the top of the board for all suggestions on this board which have made it to the review stage. If you like an agenda of what is going to be looked into more closely. They don't need to be in any particular order but then again prioritising adds weight. Members should not be able to add to the sticky but if appropriate GR could add the link to the discussion on a particular topic.

I still think Phil or any other staff member, should interact on individual threads but feel that topics under consideration for implementation can very easily be lost in the sea of threads.