Each year one of the popular sessions at Lotusphere is "Ask The Developers" where members of the Notes development community get the opportunity to ask questions of IBM developers about their plans for the Notes Development Platform. Rather than waiting for a once a year chance to ask a limited ...
I think it would help with the usabaility of IQ Jam if a way was provided to denote which fields are required. e.g. I constantly make the mistake of not adding tags and then fall asleep after I hit the submit button not realizing the idea was not sucessfully submitted ...
I use Chrome for most of my browsing (because it's VERY fast), and IQJam is not working for me in some areas (can you tell what's wrong with the screenshot?).
Chrome's use is growing, so I'd like to see IQJam work as well in Chrome as it does in IE ...
Sometimes it is possible to ask questions that do not have a correct answer. i.e. there is no solution. Perhaps we need a way to mark a question as closed without marking any of the given aswers as being the correct answer.
When users attach an image to a question or answer they should show inline, or at a minimum have preview thumbnails.
I've noticed that 2 main methods of tagging things seem to exist on the web these days - flickr style, where you just use space, and have to put quotes around multi-word tags, or, strictly comma seperated. Since these two, and others may exist, I think it would be useful ...
I think it would be more fitting to be able to post a comment to an answer rather than have all comments counted as answers/potential answers. Something like a "comment on this answer" button rather than just a one level deep thread.
On all the automatic emails it would be useful if they included the body of the questions/answers not just the titles.
Has any thought been given to doing a similar construct in IQJam as there is in IdeaJam to allow easy embedding of a question on an blog or other web site? This seems to have been a great boon for IdeaJam and wondered if it had been considered for IQJam.
It seems I am only able to mark a single answer as being the correct answer. In many sutuations there may be many ways to solve the same problem or a complete/better answer would come from combining the ideas in multiple asnwers. I would therefor like the ability to tag ...
I see that I can edit my original question, but I don't see an edit button for the answer. I think I should be able to edit my answer, so long as it doesn't have any votes.
If a question has a response, the original author should not be permitted to go and edit the question/move the goal posts. If editing the answer was allowed, then the same rule should apply if the answer has votes against it.
When creating a new question, the IQSpace should default to the current IQSpace being viewed
the ability to retract votes..