At the bottom of this page: http://docs.jamf.com/10.8.0/jamf-pro/release-notes/What's_New.html it points to the following link to look at implemented features from Jamf Nation Feature Requests: https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/feature-requests/versions/204/jamf-pro-10-8-0
This link doesn't show anything. Is that a mistake or were all the features implemented for 10.8 not feature requests from Jamf Nation?
There is one so far (partially implemented) - https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/feature-requests/versions/204/jamf-pro-10-8-0
But yes, give them a little time and some more may show up. If you go to Feature Requests here and sort by release, you'll see any for 10.8.0. It's the same link as posted above, but just another way to get to it. It may end up being only that one. If so, honestly that is ok as long as defects were addressed. We can't expect new features for every release or we'll continue to be in a situation with broken features that don't get fixed.
Busy day, but we're excited to get to deliver more updates to Jamf Pro. As you're likely aware, the process for sorting and marking feature requests is entirely manual. As @mm2270 mentioned, this sometimes results in a delay from a release and feature requests getting marked to that release. We do what we can to mark them ahead of time, but sometimes miss them as well.
As @bpavlov noted, the link won't show anything when there are no feature requests associated to a version. This has historically been because we have not marked the appropriate feature requests versus not having implemented feature requests. We'll work to update them earlier.
Thanks for pointing it out!