Filter the roadmap by board/category/tag
Add the possibility to select only few boards on "Roadmap" screen.
Move post between roadmaps
We create Roadmaps for end-of-cycle cooldown work as a way of prioritizing bugs and such to go out. But every time there are items that aren't gotten to, which is fine. I simply make another Roadmap and move them to the next end-of-cycle. The UI for this, however, is rough. When clicking on a post in the Roadmap view, the Roadmap dropdown isn't visible. There's no easy way to pull up the page view of the post, either, so I have to use another tab. Really, I'd like to be able to quickly and easily move a post from one Roadmap to another.
Let us customize the names of the statuses. Specifically I want to change "Under Review" to "Researching" or "Scoping". "Under Review" sounds like the post is under review and might get deleted.
The ability to only give certain users admin access to certain boards, rather than all boards Bigger organizations track feedback for multiple products. Most employees only care about and need admin privileges for certain boards.
FILTERS "my own" should actually be the features you create not those you create & vote on
I think Canny should add the the filter "my votes" "my own" my votes = created by other users but you voted "my own" = created by your profile I think that is more intuitive anyways
Rename and edit users from the Canny interface
It would be cool to be able to edit the information of a user already created. Like email, name, company info, etc.
Customize the create post form
In addition to a title and details field, allow admins to add additional custom fields. In another setting where we use Aha to collect feedback from customer-facing teams, we have custom fields to prompt specific questions like: how would this help solve a customer's problem? (text area) what is the relevant product area? (single select) steps to reproduce the bug? These Qs might be too much for a customer-facing feedback site, but they're super useful for discussing and sorting through ideas internally.