I separated this post because, Marrco and Larsene and a few others over the past months and years bring up a good point. One of the things that endeared me to this app is that it gets such frequent updates and added features etc. That's all well and good, but I'm getting very concerned about the "content" of these updates.
There are so many features and suggestions that have been asked for many times that have been passed over for over two years now yet we get features that I've not even seen one person ask for (this update basically is one of those, no one really asked for a form sending setup, just asked how to do it). Granted, the updates are great, and I love that you add the new things, but I really would love to see some of the things that are "needed" added to the app before new features that haven't hardly even been asked for maybe once or twice compared to the dozens that have asked for simple things like:
- comment ability
- BR and NBSP coded into the app so we don't have to make our own
- Ability to edit the HTML
and the list goes on and on over the years (I'd be happy to organize that list out of the forums if you would like to see the full numbers).
Basic to complicated items yes, but most of the ones that have been asked for dozens of times really should be given some priority over things someone just mentions once or twice. Just my opinion on it of course, but I don't think I stand alone on this.
It seems to go back to the same argument that those of use that have used it a while have said many times. The app is catering way too much to those that have no clue how to build a website and those of us waiting on true functionality are left in the dust de-prioritized so to speak.
I love the app, always have from the day I started using it, and the people here are great, but we're still waiting on some of the features and suggestions that we've been told (in many cases, not all) would be added and so far ... not. It's discouraging and I think you will lose users, good users, smart and experienced users that help a lot of others, if you don't start working with the things that are "needed" by pretty much all rather than just "wanted" by a few.
Ok end rant haha. Please don't be offended, just needed to get that out there so you see how important it really is to those of us that do know what we're doing for the most part (well I pretend pretty good anyways hahahaha).