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Please enable search within context on this site.
This would be very helpful as many of the submissions are not the niche you are wanting to see.
It would be nice to have search for the different headings in Creo such as Modeling, View, Tools, Options etc...
It would also be nice to review submissions by user name.
I completely agree. I sometimes cannot find ideas that I previously read, or find that there are duplicate ideas. I want to be able to search before I post ideas so that I can just vote on the same good idea. It would also be nice to have all the comments/discussions in the same place.
I added some search tips to at least ease the pain - Searching Product Ideas
I shared these with Lawrence last week
It will be discussed with this website administrator and provide feedback later.
How is it possible that for at least ten years PTC fails to add a simple search function to the PTC Product Idea Submission page?
Where is this "Current Functionality" please?
I just searched for a certain improvement idea. In the absence of any search function on the Ideas page; I had to resort to the search function in the header, which however searches the entire community.About 60 hits came up, about a dozen of which referred to a dozen different improvement ideas, each basically containing the same idea. Many of these ideas were many years old, and some even archived for being too old. Not a single one was ever dealt with let alone resolved.In the absence of the search function, of course, people are constantly creating new identical improvement ideas, which are then again not found by others, and finally disappear again in the whole hullabaloo of this site.
I can't believe that this seems to have been the state of affairs on this website for ages.
If you select Suggest an idea and enter your search terms a search of the Ideal will be performed. You can then browse through the results and select one or select Continue and Post to create a new Idea.
I see, that's somewhat better than no search at all.
If you are in the Ideas area and you select search, it will default to searching within that forum.
Once you search, you can filter the search even more with the drop downs filters.
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