I agree with you…to use an old euphemism…unfortunately, I think we are “beating a dead horse” here. I think standard faire tools should be included and more botique or fancier ones left for third party builders to develop and sell. Nice to see I’m not the only one that has mentioned this.
What happens as you probably know…
You walk into a store and don’t see what you want. You never tell the store owner. You just walk out. They never know. Their competitors respond and provide a really great product or solution…they see the vulnerability and exploit it. Where do you go? Another store. There are literally thousands of potential users out there for this app.
Ive been in business for 45 plus years. Run many c9mpanies. Advise major firms to this day. If there was one thing I’ve kearned about smart business people, they know people who appear to be “complaining” are the people who actually care and are the ones to listen to sometimes. They are taking the time to give you feedback. It’s easy for them to move on but they often feel like they too have an investment.
But just like telling a friend…you are telling them there’s a problem here on my end I thought you might like to know about it. Responding and taking action is the hard part. It will certainly boost the customer base and the word will spread.