Can we get a tiny tick or indicator when our idea/wishlist has been read by an official Adobe representative?
A bit outside these forums but...
THe thing I struggle with regarding large software companies is the sheer facelessness and uncaring of the companies.
I separate the companies from the people working from them. I expect that many of the people working for these companies care to some level.
But the effect of large companies is a monolithic uncaringness, and Adobe is right at the top of those companies.
IN this particular forum, it would help GREATLY our sense of someone caring even a little if our comments showed a little tick or something when they have been read by an Adobe person.
I'm not asking for a comment, or an agreement. Just a tiny acknowledgement that somewhere behind the great grey faceless monolith, a sturdy worker is slaving away at the coalface of wishes and bug reports and that our words are not just being shoved off a cliff into the void of space...
Franck Payen - fr32c commented
Hi Norman, I am not an Adobe people, but I have met some of them, and I know they definitely read suggestions, that's, from what I understand, why they've made the decisions to put the public uservoices pages.
Your issues are read, classified, acknowledged, and then will gain better status whenever it's possible :)
If you had the chance to send a "wish" feature request or bug report before that, you know how this looked as if it didn't go anywhere (although EVERYTHING was read, and added to the list of things to fix).
To me, that's a big step in the right direction.