If I enter blynk.io or blynk.cc in my Google Chrome browser URL field, I’m taken to blynk.io. If I click on “Developers” on the top navigation bar, I’m taken to https://blynk.io/en/developers. If I click on “Developers” on the top navigation bar, I’m again taken to https://blynk.io/en/developers (it’s cyclic). In the recent past, there were links on the top navigation bar to this Community forum, documentation, … Now these links are at the very bottom of the page. Is this the user experience the Blynk folks are after? Could be … just thought I’d ask.
I’m not too concerned with the Roadmap link. I see the Roadmap as a giant black hole. You take the time to submit thoughtful ideas and they disappear into the ether. No acknowledgement. No “that’s a dumb idea.” No “that’s already supported.” No nothing.
but no link to the Documentation (accept at the very bottom of the page). It’s hard enough to get new Community Members to read the Documentation. It shouldn’t be so hard to find. I’m not sure it shouldn’t be required reading. There’s got to be some way of improving the signal-to-noise ratio on this forum.
Roadmap is available from Developers and it’s not a black hole, for sure. All the feedback is collected and processed on a bi-weekly basis. However, due to some work with the website, there are some delay which will be soon resolved
Would you please let us know once the Roadmap has been updated to reflect all of the submitted ideas. I’ve submitted several ideas in the past and not a single idea appears on the Roadmap. I can’t see where there’s even a record of the fact I submitted the ideas (hence the black hole). Is there a way for Community members to view the ideas they’ve submitted (assuming they don’t appear on the Roadmap)?