Send posts to an approval queue. Admins can decide if they want to make it public.
This way we can filter out inappropriate feature requests before they are being published on our feature request page :)
I think this would be very helpful for policing content that may violate HIPAA or PII security concerns. We have had a few customers post images/content that contains their customer data. I'd love to be able to ensure all posts meet and security expectations we have.
This would enable us to enforce a feature request format.
So that I can approve new posts before they are made live
In an internal use for a company, this would be great to avoid any type of misunderstanding leading to frustrated users or managers, and we all know that it is important ;-) This can be disabled by default for example.
Any plans on this and when it might go live?
Hi @Aref Abedi, no plans on this currently. To be honest, we haven't heard a compelling enough reason to do this yet. We think the benefits of making everything public right away outweighs the potential drawbacks. Happy to discuss!
@Sarah Hum: This would make users write a proper request, our board gets populated with questions and issues a lot that has nothing to do with the concept of that (in our case feature request) particular board.
I believe this is a great feature to have!