Please consider UserVoice for the users



  • I'm new to Vivaldi, but I already see that this forum method can't handle the user's feedback properly. There are bug posts, feature requests everywhere, many of them mentioned multiple times, which I think is really hard to follow for both the users and the developers. There are also many topics which just acts as a list of request lists. I suggest you consider using UserVoice, so we can discuss features one by one, vote on features, also the developers can discuss and give us feedback on each one of them (considering, in progress, done etc.). What do you think?


  • Moderator

    We are using a bug tracker internally. You can submit bugs to it over here.
    We are also investigating how we can share a bit of information about your submitted bugs without compromising our own workflow.



  • For bugs I understand this and of course it is a good thing, but for feature requests it can be a great help. There are currently many separate threads with different requests started by users, and also there are the large threads (What I miss, Why it is not my main browser, "Feature requests" etc.), which makes user opinion handling really hard. Like I have some requests too, but if I start a new topic I just make the system worse, If I post into a topic with a dozen pages, my request might lost forever. Also you have might answered some of them, some users might shared their thoughts about them, but it is impossible to read through everything before posting.


  • Moderator

    I'll mention your request to our team. Let's see what they say about it. ;)



  • @Christoph142:

    We are using a bug tracker internally. You can submit bugs to it over here.
    We are also investigating how we can share a bit of information about your submitted bugs without compromising our own workflow.

    Thanks. I just want to state that I feel similar to the OP but I understand the difficulty to give structured and easy to follow information of the ongoing work.



  • ~
    I also have experienced UserVoice, and it has the potential to do a very effective job of organizing things, if of course the company using it does so in good faith and diligence, which was clearly NOT the case when Yahoo was the company in October of 2013, and UV was used to subcontract/deflect the huge amount of negative feedback which was caused when Yahoo with zero advance warning changed their WebMail client into something completely new, very buggy, and missing important features and functions to which we all had grown accustomed.

    As long as Vivaldi (or any company) uses UserVoice in a good way, it will do them good.

    UV even did Yahoo some good, in spite of Yahoo's poor attitude and reluctant follow through on the advice of their users.
    ~


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