When an idea is submitted with custom fields data, that data comes into the idea detail page above the idea description. Since custom fields data is most often supplementary to the idea being submitted, it would make more sense that this info would be displayed BELOW the idea description. See image: https://screencast.com/t/BotkT34oMvT
It would be great if instead of having one standard "submit" button throughout the community, we could customize the "submit" button for different pages and even campaigns, as some campaigns may be aimed at garnering feedback and input, whereas others may be aimed at soliciting ideas and solutions and the "submit" button is ideal real estate to indicate this difference in the call to action.
When a custom field is no longer relevant, there should be a way to archive that field so the responses are still visible in the ideas or profiles of the community, but the field is no longer included in new submission forms.
That way, you won't lose responses by deleting a field if it is no longer relevant.
A range of ready-made ideascale themes that will allow SMB (or non-technical users) to tailor look and feel. Maybe such themes could be submitted by users for approval and shared?
To negate layout issues and speed up the approval process, I'd suggest these would be limited to simple color/font overrides or variables (SASS).
As a moderator, I would like to record the date that an idea has been matured and accepted by our Innovation Management Team to initiate a project for implementation.
Also suggest to have a "date picker" feature available for entering the date.
Enterprise customers should be allowed to request access to customize the html and css of the landing page (same privileges the administrators have to edit code) so that we can alter the look and feel of the landing page on our own. If this is not possible, then landing page changes should be included for enterprise customers, and should not be an extra charge.