Feature Request Responses

A feature request is a request from a user for a new function or improvement to an existing function in a software product. Feature requests are typically submitted to the software development team by customers or end users.

The process of managing feature requests typically includes:

  1. Collecting feature requests: Feature requests can be collected from various sources, such as customer feedback surveys, support tickets, or user forums.
  2. Prioritizing feature requests: Feature requests need to be prioritized based on factors such as customer impact, feasibility, and development cost.
  3. Implementing features: Once a feature request has been prioritized, it needs to be designed, developed, and tested before being released to users.

  • We would love to consider your feature request for our next release! Please submit a formal request through our support portal.
  • Thank you for your feature request! We are currently evaluating it for inclusion in a future release.
  • Your feature request has been added to our backlog and we will be evaluating it for inclusion in a future release.
  • Unfortunately, we do not have any plans to implement this feature in the near future.
  • We are unable to implement this feature at this time.
  • This feature is currently in development and will be released in a future update.
  • This feature is not currently a priority for our team, but we may consider it for a future release.
  • We appreciate your feedback and have added your request to our backlog for consideration.
  • Thank you for letting us know about this feature! We will add it to our list of requests for future consideration.
  • We are sorry but we are not planning to implement this feature in the foreseeable future.
  • Yes, we do have that feature.
  • No, we don't have that feature.
  • That feature is coming soon.
  • I'm not sure if we have that feature. Let me check.
  • I don't think we have that feature.
  • What do you mean by that feature?
  • Can you give me an example of what you mean by that feature?
  • I'm not sure what you mean. Can you explain it to me?
  • I have no idea what you're talking about.
  • That sounds like a good idea. We'll consider adding it.
  • We might have that feature. I'll have to check.
  • I don't think that's a feature we offer.
  • That's not a feature we offer.
  • We don't offer that feature.
  • I'm not sure. Let me check and get back to you.
  • I don't know. Let me find out and get back to you.
  • I'm not sure. What do you need that feature for?
  • I don't know. Why do you need that feature?
  • Is there something specific you need that feature for?
  • What would you use that feature for?