So that you can let us know what new or updated features you would like to see in IBM Social Program Management, the Request for Enhancement (RFE) Community gives you a direct line to our product team. Create a RFE and tell us what you want to see in the product. Comment on existing requests to add your opinions on them. Vote for the requests that would really make a difference to your Social Program Management experience. We are committed to reading and reviewing every request in a reasonable timeframe and keeping you up to date with what is going on with the request. Requests that align with the themes of our current multi-year strategy will be considered when we are planning future releases. If a request isnâ€™t aligned with the future vision for the product, we will let you know why.
Recent RFEs that have made it into product releases include the ability to implement page view analytics in your application to collect citizen page views for analysis and the ability for intake workers to reassess either Response Priority Assessments (RPA) or Structured Decision Making (SDM) Screening Assessments without the need to create a new intake case.
So, have your say, create a RFE and tell us what you want to see in the product
Note: The RFE Community is not used for defect logging and tracking, so please keep using the PMR system for that.
Get Started with RFEs
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Open the Watson Health RFE Community and sign in with your IBM ID.
To see existing RFEs for Social Program Management components, use the drop down to select what you want and click search. The list of RFEs returned shows you a summary of the request, its status, and the number of votes received.
Click on an RFE from the list to see its details and to read the response from the product team, add a comment, attach supporting documentation or vote for the feature.
Click Submit to create an RFE. Fill in the form, add supporting documentation and send it in.
Watch your RFE or any others to be updated when there is activity on it.
Start or join a group of other users to discuss requests.
FYI, Some FAQs on RFEs, because who doesnâ€™t love a good three letter acronym (TLA).