Community Win: Tracking the interaction on "Feature Requests for TechNet and MSDN Profiles and Social Platform Tools"

I originally wrote this article (Feature Requests for TechNet and MSDN Profiles), figuring I'd come back to it. 

Rich Prescott left the comment:


19 Sep 2011 4:06 PM

"Great idea Ed.  I think I submitted more than enough feature requests to get you guys started."


You can see what Rich originally added here:

(That link shows the Compare feature that you can find in the History tab on any Wiki page.)

Over time the article has been revised by several different community members who would like to request features that will improve the tools they richly use:

Rich and I filled in a lot of the content, but this is an example of great community collaboration.

Now let's check out more of the comments:


Rich mentioned this article in his Wiki Ninja Interview, and he left a similar comment on the Wiki page:

Thu, Sep 29 2011 4:24 PM

"Thanks for the update Sean!  It's nice to see you guys [Microsoft] taking feedback from the community and responding to it."


You can check out the rest of the comments as we discuss the individual feature requests.

If you have any thoughts or questions, add them to the Comments on this page or the Wiki page!

Jump on in! The Wiki is warm! 

   - Ninja Ed (Blog, Twitter, Wiki, Profile)


Comments (3)

  1. What's interesting also is that more Forum contributors have found their way to the Wiki through articles like this. So thank you to the contributors for making that possible!

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