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  • At Dude Solutions we encourage client feedback and ideas regarding product features and enhancements.  We receive hundreds of ideas each quarter, and like many of the clients we serve, we operate within the paradigm of infinite possibilities and finite resources.  So we have to weigh the value proposition and scope of each request in relation to the product strategy and roadmap.

  • Ideas are collected through:
    • Support channels (phone/email/chat) with a Client Advisors
    • Account reviews with Client Success Managers
    • The Community Ideas page, where peers can submit ideas
    • Through live events such as webinars, road tours, and user conferences

  • Ideas are reviewed by leadership in Client Services, Sales, and Product Management.  If the Idea is in line with the product strategy, then a formal proposal is created.  Priority is given to proposals with the largest client impact and/or strongest value proposition.  Product Management evaluates the prioritized proposals and determines how they fit into the overall product strategy and roadmap.

  • It’s important to note that not every feature request will become a feature due to the business need. If the feature is something that benefits several clients and prospective clients, then the feature has a greater likelihood of being implemented. If it’s a very specific, unique use case, evaluation/consideration and potential development will likely take longer.
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(Submitted) Edit Work Description On Page Dedicated to Processing New Work Order Requests

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  • 9/17/2014
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Jed DeGroote
Jed DeGroote 5 years ago

Pattie- thanks for sharing your idea.

Right now you could try assigning work orders from the Advanced Search results. That will let you access the long form, where you can change the Description. When you save the changes, you'll have an option to hit 'next' and it will take you to the next work order in the list.

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Pattie Hancock
Pattie Hancock 6 years ago

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Jed DeGroote
Jed DeGroote 5 years ago

Pattie- thanks for sharing your idea.

Right now you could try assigning work orders from the Advanced Search results. That will let you access the long form, where you can change the Description. When you save the changes, you'll have an option to hit 'next' and it will take you to the next work order in the list.

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