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[READ ME] How to Submit Requests & Suggestions Effectively

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[READ ME] How to Submit Requests & Suggestions Effectively
[READ ME] How to Submit Requests & Suggestions Effectively
2022-04-29 05:45:21 - last edited 2023-08-17 07:46:33

Welcome to the Feature Request Board for TP-Link products!

 

This "Requests & Suggestions" (Link) board is to serve as a suggestion box where you can propose ideas for improving TP-Link Business products on your experience.

 

All suggestions are public, and every community member can Vote and Comment on ideas proposed by others.

 

This has a number of benefits for you:

  • There is zero chance of your request getting lost in an inbox on a busy day

  • You will be able to search for other requests and push for features that have already been asked for that would help you.

 

And there are benefits for us:

  • We have a public way to gather information from different angles so we can make sure a given design/implementation actually meets your needs

  • We have a public way to understand how a feature can impact everyone for the better and makes it easier to prioritize!

 

Vote for Preferred Ideas

 

About ”Vote for This Thread“

The latest update of community UI has added voting for preferred features. Usually, one post will be selected as the main thread available for voting among all the similar posts, and the rest will be merged as sub-threads that don't support voting. Once the main thread has been selected, it could not be edited anymore, and you might need to contact the moderator for further editing.

 

How to Vote

 

Tips for Sharing Your Ideas

 

Before sharing your ideas

  1. Do a quick search to see if someone has already posted the same request.

  2. If you do find an idea you like, go ahead to add the weight of your voice to it with a reply.

 

When sharing your ideas

  1. Submit each request individually as a separate topic,

  2. Follow the format below to make your request more visible, and as easy as possible for us to manage:

 

  • Title: What’s your feature request?

    Be brief and clear. This should be a simple form, such as which Model or Product Line needs to have which Feature, so your request could be easily searched and attract attention from others.

 

  • Content: Why do you like to see this feature, or how would you like this feature to help you?

    Be understandable. Try to explain why and under which circumstance this feature is needed. Some background information such as your use case around your experience could be helpful to explain what is being requested, and easy to get attention and support by others.

 

How Will We Handle These Posted Ideas?

 

Every post on this forum is monitored by members of the community team.

We make note and review them with our support team on a regular basis, but we may not respond to each idea individually. Ideas that have sufficiently clear and impactful benefits will be translated into tickets on the product team’s Jira project board with higher priority. From there, the product managers who are responsible for the relevant part(s) of TP-Link assess the ideas and decide whether and when to integrate them into their development plans.

 

Stage of a Feature Request

 

  • Implemented.

    This means the feature has been added to the product category, or to the model (s) requested in that thread.
  • Under Consideration.

    The feature has been brought forward to the decision-makers and has been planned. But please be aware that "Planned" or "Under Consideration" is not a guarantee, and TP-Link reserves the right to modify this stage at any time without notifying the poster or follower in the thread.
  • Future Consideration

    The feature hasn't been yet brought forwards to the decision-makers, but that is a good idea from a customer's point of view, we will do more market research and then decide if this can be brought to the requested model.
  • Declined

    The request has been declined and refused by the decision-makers.

 

As always, TP-Link appreciates your feedback and participation. You are what makes this Community great!

 

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