For this one, let’s take a closer look at The Idea Journey—or how an idea reaches the internal teams here at Mozilla.
First, a visual representation:
Now let's break down each of the idea statuses and their definitions.
This idea is open to the community for voting and discussion. Every new idea that meets the community requirements is given this status.
This idea doesn’t meet the community requirements. For a refresher on those requirements, click here.
This idea has received a great deal of support (a combination of votes and comments) in a short period of time.
This idea needs more votes before being brought to the team at Mozilla. Consider this a nudge.
The Mozilla team is reviewing this idea for potential adoption. Stay tuned for updates.
This idea has been approved by the Mozilla team and added to the current roadmap.
This idea has been reviewed by the product team, and we want to explore it further (more research and data collection) before deciding next steps.
Not right now
This idea is not a fit for us right now, but we will review it again down the road and update the status if accepted.
Great job all around! This idea has now been delivered.
But wait, is this the only way my idea will reach the right people? Great question, you! And the answer is, of course not. Mozilla employees will regularly review ideas/feedback based on specific labels & keywords (hint, hint, don’t forget to use those when submitting your ideas).
We hope this clears things up a bit and look forward to hearing more from you 😃