Thanks for the quick reply, @jscher2000! That is correct. The previous ideas are still on Crowdicity, so we can properly review and archive everything there. We had initially planned for a migration, but that proved too complicated as the platforms are so different from one another—there would have been a tricky reconciliation process and some content would have been lost in the move.
This is a bummer, but I get it. Still left wondering, though, if an alternative solution being considered? For example:
I don't know if these ideas are feasible, but I'm just throwing them out there to illustrate that there may be a "better than nothing" alternative. 🙂
Hey, yea most of the popular ideas have been migrated over by community members to keep the conversation going—some have even included a link to the previous post. The special badge is a good idea that we're currently exploring. Just need to figure out the most efficient and accurate way to award those.
I did it with my highly upvoted idea like this:
Full controls for Picture in Picture window
I had another idea in Crowdicity about tab previews, but this guy managed to put this idea here before me:
More tab detail (eg preview/URL).
So I just added a comment with link to the Crowdicity post.
Didn't do it for ideas that sank though.
Correct. Posts in the Ideas forum go through an initial moderation to make sure they adhere to the Ideas Guidelines before being visible. I think yours is up now. Let me know if anything else is missing.
Yes, moderation is nice, I just thought, that there would be a tab or a panel like Drafts, to see my posts that haven't been published yet. You know, to re-review them again, add something I could forget. I guess I'll use bookmarks for this.
Or revisit them after they show up in Subscriptions?
Well, they show up in subscriptions, they also show up in Posts tab in your profile anyway, which is more convenient.
I was talking about the 'overthinking' aspect: when you still think about the post and its content, while it's not moderated yet. And actually, there is a page that shows these posts and allows to make edits before it's moderated, though the link that leads there only exists in an alert that is shown when you just posted it (but the page always exists): https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/premod/moderationitemspage/ (see ideas tab)