First of all, thank you for the passion that you have for our Jamf products and your engagement in providing great input on what features to add. With the rollout of this new Jamf Nation community we have moved your feature requests from Jamf Nation to a dedicated feature requests portal: ideas.jamf.com.
This will be a separate site from our community, it is leveraging an industry standard solution that is integrated with our internal road mapping and development tools.
You will be able to access this portal via ideas.jamf.com or via a link in the Jamf Nation Community.
All existing feature requests, comments, and votes have been converted to the new portal.
In order to create a new feature request, comment, or vote, you will need to log in with your Jamf ID.
You may notice that some feature requests, comments, and votes are associated with a “Guest” user. Until our customers log in to the feature request portal the first time , any feature requests, votes, or comments associated with their username will say “Guest” versus their email.
As a feature request moves through the development life cycle, we can also provide updates to our customers automatically.
What will we focus on at Jamf in 2021:
You all have submitted a lot of great feature requests and we (the Product team, and other supporting teams at Jamf) will update these with comments or status in the new platform.
Our process to review and provide feedback on these will be much more streamlined, as we will have more capabilities to group, merge, and tag feature requests in this new solution.
Our SLA for providing initial feedback on new feature requests will be 30 days.
Please hop over to our feature request portal when you have time to review any existing feature requests, vote, or comment. Or go ahead and create a new one.
We have added a few categories to help group feature requests that can be selected when you create a feature request and we may continue to add fields as needed to help capture your great ideas and feature requests.
We look forward to hearing what you think and any feedback that you may have on our products or the new feature request process.
Thank you for the question and the feedback you've provided so far, @bpavlov. The product teams are in the process of reviewing all old feature requests in addition to new feature requests that have been submitted since the move to our new feature request portal. There is no need to resubmit any old feature requests.
@CalleyO Is there a link to the definition of the status badges. Some are obvious like Not Planned but it would be helpful to understand what Jamf sees each as being and to keep a link in the header or footer for reference by new folks (or veterans that have forgotten). Like does "Submitted" mean the request is in the 30 day period allowed for review or just waiting to go into that period ? Does "Planned" mean for the next release or in the next year or what? What doe "Reviewed" even mean... someone looked at it but did not know what to do with it? Ideally, all feature requests would be either Implemented, Planned, or Not Planned ( maybe Under Consideration if we knew how long the "consideration" process would take). I hope that we can see some clear definition of these that are helpful as we move to new user interface for viewing them.
@CalleyO I see that some feature requests are marked as duplicate but there is no reference to which request it is a duplicate of. Can we get a link or at least a title we can search out to find the originating request? That way we can vote it up or at least make sure our votes for the duplicate have added weight to the original. Thanks!
@CalleyO One of the requests I have been interested in and following for awhile "Facilitate uploads to cloud distribution point via API or other non-manual method" was marked as Planned in the old system (read the comments brought forward) but is now in the nebulous "Reviewed" state. Was this re-evaluated ? Was it "un-planned" with no reason given? Some transparency would be appreciated. Thanks!
Hi, @ega Thanks for reaching out! Our teams are working hard to ensure that updates are provided on the feature request tickets. If you have follow-up questions or comments about your feature request or another feature request that has been submitted, it is best to use the comment feature directly on the ticket. This makes it easier for our teams to connect with you regarding the details of the request. I hope this information helps!