Got a Feature Request? Speak Up at the InDesign UserVoice Page
In software development, as in politics and other walks of life, silence is consent. Or, if you prefer the original Latin, qui tacet consentire videtur.
In other words, the squeaky wheel get the grease. If you don’t speak up, it is assumed you’re cool with things the way they are.
When it comes to feature requests, Adobe has made it quite simple to speak up, with its InDesign UserVoice page. There, you can post your ideas for new features (or enhancements of existing features), as well as report bugs and vote on the ideas that other folks post.
If you post something, it’s guaranteed to be seen by the InDesign team, and you might get a direct response. So what are you waiting for? Let ’em know what you think, and what you want in future versions of InDesign.
Use InCopy or InDesign Server? You can make feature requests for those programs too at the InDesign UserVoice page. There are also UserVoice pages for Illustrator, Adobe XD, and Project Felix (a 3D graphics application now in beta).