How to request a new AerialBuz Feature?

Created by Ishika Razdan, Modified on Fri, 25 Aug 2023 at 06:24 PM by Ishika Razdan

Your feedback and ideas matter to us! This guide will show you how to request new features and share your innovative ideas, enabling us to continually enhance and improve AerialBuz based on your valuable input.

To request a new feature:

  1. Sign in to your AerialBuz account ( You'll be navigated directly to your Social dashboard.
  2. From the navigation pane the Help list will appear in two ways: 
    • If your screen is bigger and username is small, the Help list can be accessed directly. Click on Help > Request a Feature 
    • If your screen size is smaller and username is long, the help option will appear if you click the Three dots. Then click on Request a Feature.
  3. If you scroll down, on the right-hand side you will see a form to complete under Push your idea.                                
  4. Complete the title, description, tags and attach an image if you want. Check the box accepting the privacy statement that "Your ideas will be displayed on a public board for all to see, comment, and share". Click on Push.                                                                                                                          
  5. Once you click on push, your feature request will be sent to an AerialBuz admin and will check and approve it to open it for voting.

Once the feature is open for voting, you can keep check on the status in the Request for feature page.

  • Open indicates that somebody submitted the new idea but the product team has not yet looked into it and it is open for more public votes.
  • Reviewed indicates that the AerialBuz's  product team is actively reviewing the requirement and request, and internally taken up for the meeting and deliberating the business case for it.
  • Approved indicates that the product team has reviewed the requirement, recognized its value, and allocated the necessary development budget. The team is now scheduled to begin working on the request, but they have not yet started the actual development process.
  • In progress means active development has started for the requirement.
  • Declined indicated that the requirement is deemed not to be suitable, or of any business value for the wider community and hence it has been declined by the product team. 
  • Duplicate means they had been some other similar requirement, or it has been covered by some other business case.
  • Completed means the development has been completed and it has been into active production life cycle or has been already implemented into the system.

Useful info:

  • We do urge you to be a descriptive as possible when requesting a feature as this will ensure our team can take efficient and effective action when developing your new feature.  
  • In order for your feature request to be reviewed by our development team, it will need to have at least 20 votes from other members. 

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