At our organization, we highly value the time and effort our users put into defining and explaining their development requests. We carefully read and analyze each request as it represents a potential opportunity to improve our app or service. We understand the importance of user feedback in shaping the future of our products.

Understanding Our Policy

Due to the nature of our development process, the first feedback on a user’s suggestion for improvement will be limited to the content of this policy. It’s crucial for our users to understand the framework within which we operate to manage expectations and foster a transparent relationship.

Commitment and Timeline

We cannot provide any commitment regarding the implementation of a feature or its timeline. The costs associated with each development significantly surpass the value of an individual purchase, making it impractical to correlate these processes directly. This stance is crucial for managing our resources effectively and ensuring the sustainability of our development efforts.

Priority and Implementation

Features are implemented based on their priority order. Initially, all features are placed on our task list and are only implemented when they achieve a top ranking. This prioritization process has led to various outcomes—some features are implemented immediately, others may take years, and some are still under consideration even after a significant amount of time.

Factors Influencing Priority

The order of priority for feature implementation is influenced by multiple factors, including:

  • The complexity of the feature and the work required.
  • The risks associated with the development process and the possibility of not achieving the desired outcome.
  • The potential benefit for the overall user base, considering how many people will be affected and the extent of the impact.
  • Possible side effects for the overall user base, evaluating the scale and significance of the impact.

Our ranking system is contingent upon the current implementation proposal and product design. Changes to either can significantly affect the criteria for prioritization and the overall ranking of requests. This dynamic approach allows us to adapt to evolving user needs and technological advancements while maintaining the integrity and functionality of our products.