Allow moderators to customize the set of statuses used for an idea. Instead of "review, progress, complete," I might want to assign, "got it, looking at it, like it, maybe later".
We have ideas communities that allow customers to voice their ideas for the enhancement of our products.
Our policy is that only our customers may vote on ideas so internal members do not skew the data.
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Ideally, this can be resolved by displaying a simple log on the Idea (probably only visible to Administrators) that displays what users... more »
Currently, if a person is added to a community by mistake, there is no way to remove the person from the community.
Once a person is added to a community, they must exist under one of these three statuses: "Pending Approval", "Approved Member", or "Banned".
There is no way to remove a person if they aren't supposed to be on the list at all.
When we are searching our community ideas, we are almost always looking for ideas with Active or In Progress status. These are the ideas we work with and need to be able to act upon.
I understand that some searches need to look into the other statuses, so we need options for searches to include or exclude each idea status.
Question and Answer discussions may have different discoverability requirements than Ideation campaigns. It would be nice to have advanced tab display customization for these two different neighborhoods in a community.
When in Admin Mode the status of an idea is easily seen by a text next to the status color circle.
This is not the case for regular members.
It would be great if users could get the same text under the vote field as admins (except of course without the dropdown menu to change a status).