Thunderbird suggestion box

Mihovil Stanić mihovil at
Tue Apr 28 08:34:01 UTC 2020

If you want feedback from regular users, bugzilla and specific software 
should be avoided.
As suggested, good start would be to extract top 5-10 suggestions from 
bugzilla, put it in some kind of form and present it to general public 
for voting and additional suggestions via, blogs and 
most importantly start page when you open Thunderbird.

All communication text should be localized so it reaches maximum number 
of people, especially those which are not fluent in English.

Voting form should be something like Google form, no login, easy to use 
and understand, and user should be able to complete it under 5 minutes.

Best regards,

28.04.2020 u 9:30, Mark Banner je napisao/la:
> On 27/04/2020 21:58, Eric Moore wrote:
>> I suggest a couple dozen feature requests from Bugzilla get ported to
>> the suggestion box as a yeast starter. Include a link to the relevant
>> bug report(s). One reason to do that is users are used to feature
>> requests getting ignored or triaged. Why should users believe anything
>> is going to be different this time if we completely start from scratch?
> Building on this and re-phrasing I think one question is indeed, what
> are these suggestions for? We've had many ideas filed over the years,
> I'm pretty sure we haven't looked at a lot of them.
> Are we looking for what to work on next? The killer feature? General
> improvements for everyone to aid more usage?

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