It can be pretty difficult to tell what you guys want to see here on AUDIOTUTS, whether we're talking about tutorials themselves, or new features for the site.
Today, we're giving you a way to tell us. We're hoping that you guys will use this opportunity to let us know what you want, because it's a subject that matters to us just as much as it matters to you.
Sure; the comment section has been there all along. But it's nearly impossible for us to remember which ideas were left in which comment threads and come back to them. It's nearly impossible to gauge user interest, too: was it just one commenter who was interested in that idea, or a whole bunch? Surely we can't always publish a tutorial when only one user is interested in the topic.
This worked to some extent when a tutorial writer happened to read a comment that inspired them to write, or when the comments were centralized in our Suggest a Tutorial post. But at the end of the day, our means of finding out what you want and how many of you want it hasn't been the best.
That's why across all the TUTS sites, we're introducing UserVoice pages that'll allow you to tell us what you want. You can leave us your ideas, and you can vote for ideas that other people have submitted. Don't underestimate the vote: if your idea is already listed, please vote for it. Otherwise we don't know what the user interest level is like and it simply might not get turned into a tutorial or a feature.
But be sure that we will listen to what you have to say. Our goal, first and foremost, is to give you audio and music tutorials that you find useful.
You can access our two UserVoice pages at the following links, depending on your idea:
You don't need to be registered to leave an idea.
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