I was not aware of the existence of Splunk Ideas until I saw another post reference it in another thread.
Splunk ideas allows community users to propose (and vote) on 'ideas' or feature requests for future development by Splunk. If you already have an answers account, you too can submit your ideas and vote for ideas you would like to see potentially included in future releases.
I think this is another great way for the Splunk Community to help shape the product we use, and I think users should be encouraged to submit suggestions and review other peoples proposals.
I had completely missed any announcement of this feature, so am posting here in the hope that others might also discover this community offering. (I'm not a Splunker - just an answers member who thinks this could use more visibility)
An overview of the ideas process is documented here: https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Community/latest/community/SplunkIdeas
Or jump straight in, and submit your suggestions, and vote on others here: https://ideas.splunk.com/ideas
If you have submitted an "idea", please feel free to post an "answer" below to promote your fresh idea, and encourage others to consider/vote for it.
Moderators: Would it be possible to feature this post for a few days so that it gets some visibility?
Thanks to @woodcock - I saw your comment about this, and did some digging. Interested where/how you found out about this?
I didn't know this site, too.
What I was curious about when I commented was how to refute.
As latest comment says,
Just so you are aware, you don't have to vote on the above idea.
but, That's to be silent.
Not very good.
Shameless self promotion 🙂
I just posted these ideas:
Allow users to change "display name" on answers.splunk.com
Add User Certifications to Profile Details on answers.splunk.com
Please follow the links above to vote on them (if you think they are good ideas!)