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  • DunkEgg

    Im against. Its a good feature, but there are probably better ways to improve snapzu rigth now. ┬┐Where is the backlog so we can rank them by priority?

    • imnotgoats (edited 3 years ago)

      With a software project like this, I think it's important for all available bugs and change requests to be raised, no matter how small. Capturing as many as possible, even 'nice-to-haves', actually improves the prioritization process by giving a more realistic backlog. There will always be certain 'quick wins' that can be thrown in without detriment to larger changes and add real value to a given update. It might be a nice idea to have a 'virtual' backlog for user prioritization, to be used as a feedback tool but, relistically, there will be a number of determining factors that the user base just won't be privy to.

      That said, I really don't intend to slam your comment, just thinking out loud. :)

      Ninja edit: typo. Hope no one noticed! ;)

      • double2

        Well put.

      • DunkEgg

        I think we agree. Its a good feature, I just want to see how it stacks in a backlog.