This is NOT a request for IdeaJam to try to track SPRs
I'd like the community to pick an SPR, describe the situation they think they're having which is related to it, and to vote on how much of an impact it's having on them.
For instance, probably my ...
Add "Accepted" as additional value to implementation plans for ideas which will generally be accepted but are in an unplanned status.
Connect user profile in IdeaJam to the Notes address book (names.nsf) and implement more fields (contact information).
The implementation of a responsive frontend framework (e.g. Bootstrap) would be a great enhancement to the UI and makes IdeaJam more accessible for mobile devices.
The webservices provided by IdeaJam are a great feature. Please add more funtionality like deleting ideas and voting for them. This would give us the feature to implement interfaces in 3rd party software and get direct user feedback and feature requests without changing the system.
Move IdeaSpaces to own documents so they will have a document unique id. At the moment they are identified Byte name which makes renaming and reorganizing of IdeaSpaces and Ideas contained in them nearly impossible.
Within the advanced search it would be great to have the possibility to export also to Open Document Formats.
After opening and voting on an idea, clicking the "Back to all ideas" button should return to the idea list at the same entry.
If you page through the list of All Ideas and then open an idea and vote on it, when you click the button to go Back to All Ideas, it returns to the top of the list rather than the spot in the list where you were previously. This should ...
Currently, participants are only credited for having a strong opinion on an idea. If you don't feel strongly enough for or against an idea to promote or demote it, then you get no credit and that position is not considered. Yet there is a real difference between an idea that ...
When looking at the list of ideas, display the number of people who have opened each post. For an example of this, check out posts in facebook groups.
Add a checkbox to the login screen (like Wikipedia) that says 'Keep me logged in for  days'
Allow the number to be edited
I use IdeaJam most mornings, it's a pain to have to log in every time
I'd be 90% more likely to actually vote on an idea if the links from the IdeaJam Activity Summary actually logged me into the site. If I have to go and dig out my login details, most of the time I just don't bother.
Currently, when browsing through the (e.g.) unvoted ideas, the form takes AGES to refresh the view after each vote
Please give us a simple HTML view of the ideas, that doesn't need to re-read and re-build the page each time
Preferable, one with a triplet of checkboxes, so we could ...
It would be great if users can vote on comments. Like stackoverflow.com: Vote for answers to push them to the top of the list or just answer "Was this post helpful to you?" with yes/no.
Because of official name change
Doesn't exist yet whereas iNotes becomes more and more used.
Simple ideally really - allow Sametime integration for click to chat alongside names.
I recently discovered that Greenhouse from IBM has some idea blogs with voting features :
I feel as if efforts to push enhancement requests are scattered between different systems and thus have less weight each on their side. Any bridges possible?
I would like to see the IdeaSpaces removed from the configuration document and managed using an IdeaSpace form. The form should have the following fields/attributes:
I would like to have an interface that would allow archived ideas & comments to be viewed. No voting or additional commenting would be allowed. Admins should be able to enable/disable the interface in the configuration.