You can find our live development update here: https://project.jamonbread.com/roadmap.
Jamonbread team is up to the task, we want users to have their best experience, and we are always open to receiving ideas from our community. That's why we made our roadmap interactive which brings our developers and our community together to build a marketplace loved by everyone with the best users experience.
Guide to interact with Jamonbread roadmap
After clicking on the link to our roadmap, you'll be presented with this page.
Within this page, we have three primary columns, which are Planned, In Development, and Shipped.
- Planned: Within this column, you'll find future updates our dev team will work on.
- In Development: Within this column, you'll see what our developers are currently working on.
- Shipped: You'll see what our developers have successfully implemented within this column.
Earlier, we mentioned how interactive our live Dev update page is. Our community members can comment on development ideas, and not just that, you can also vote on which idea you want the team to work on before others. Of course, the Dev team will work on features the community needs the most, so any development idea with the highest vote will be the next development task for the team.
How to vote and comment on an idea
To vote or comment on an idea, you have to click on the idea and you'll be presented with a similar image like the one below.
To vote, you have to click on the number, which is illustrated with an arrow at the top left of the image above. It will be gray before voting, and after voting, the number will increase by one and have an orange border that indicates you've voted. To comment, you'll use the textbox and submit your comment by clicking on the "Add comment" button.
Community members can share an idea they want the development team to integrate. All ideas shared by our community members will be within the "Under consideration" column. In addition, community Ideas with many votes will be considered to be transferred into the planned column we've already discussed earlier.
To send us a suggestion, here's a tutorial on how to send your idea.