Some ideas have hundreds of comments. The pages are very long and it's annoying having to scroll all the way down every time. And I can't imagine how difficult it must be if you use a screen reader to try and get through them all. (Not that IdeaStorm actually works with a screen reader at all). Can we please have comments in multiple pages once there's a lot of them, instead of one long list? It's just common sense - this must be the only website in the world that doesn't put them on multiple pages. (It'll be easier on your server too. I mean look at this idea: http://www.ideastorm.com/article/show/61771 The whole page is well over a megabyte download every time you want to submit or edit a comment.) Status Update Ideas with a high volume of comments are paginated every 100 comments. Page navigation can be found at the top and bottom of an idea. Read more about this here .
Dell assign "status tags" to some of the popular/notable ideas on this website, but they are tiny little things under the title of each idea, and there is no way to search or browse by them. If we had a page on IdeaStorm so we could see ideas based on each status tag it will let everybody see what effect IdeaStorm is having, in addition to the few ideas mentioned under "Ideas in Action". It might also reduce the number of duplicates for very popular ideas, if people can see what Dell has already acknowledged. The status tags being used at the moment are as follows: - Acknowledged - Already Offered - Coming Soon - Fixed - Implemented - In Progress - Not Likely - Not Now - Under Review (formerly, Under Consideration) - Partially Implemented You can see a sample of how this works on my categorizer web site, here. Some of the information may be out of date, but it works for most purposes. Status Update Status tag links have been launched.