Suggestion: Do not close questions in Together until solution is ready [not a question]

asked 2014-01-08 19:40:18 +0300

gcobb gravatar image

updated 2014-01-13 20:42:40 +0300

Together is a very useful tool -- I have learnt several things already. However, I notice that many questions are being closed with an answer of (something like) "we are looking at that" or "we are planning that for a future release". For example, https://together.jolla.com/question/1020/support-for-firefox-os-apps/

If these were left open, but answered, Jolla would get useful feedback in terms of votes, which might help prioritise which of the many things they are "looking at" or "planning" should be done first. I realise you can still vote for Closed topics but the UI definitely discourages this.

I suggest that Together questions should, generally, not be closed until the solution is actually available. Even if the answer is "we are not going to do this" it should be left open so that either Jolla might reconsider or an app developer may choose to address the need.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "not a real question" by JSEHV
close date 2016-02-08 14:40:49.823246

Comments

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Have to agree... best way to close it is when something has been implemented. Different story for discussions/ideas though.

gabriel ( 2014-01-08 19:47:18 +0300 )edit
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And it could be interesting to tag those questions with "roadmap", "will-be-done-later", etc...

TeHeR ( 2014-01-08 19:47:55 +0300 )edit