We would like to thank all users who have submitted ideas on this board.
As we value all user feedback, especially ideas that will make our product useful for all, we highly encourage everyone to submit any ideas that you think will be beneficial for all TeamViewer users.
That being said, we would like to add a little structure to the "Ideas process".
We hope that you will continue to add value to our Community and look forward to future interactions!
All the best,
I want to ask whether In the future, desired IDEA will be "announced" as realized.
I mean about a simple post in each realizied topic=ideas.
It would be a nod to the TV users registered to the TV community, who might have, an occassion to see that his ideas brings positive results.
On the occasion TV APP user would feel appreciated and the more likely would be waiting for new updates.
If you have this nice place here, what about your ideas.teamviewer.com site? Which btw is getting flagged by google:
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from ideas.teamviewer.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID.
at the moment we are using both ideas.teamviewer.com and this Community board to collect our users feedback and ideas for improving TeamViewer.
Feel free to post your ideas at your platform of choice :-) Both platforms are of course monitored by us.
I forwarded the error message internally: Are you using Chrome? Does cleaning the cache help to get rid of the message?
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the certificate has expired, but you can use the site in clear (HTTP): no one will steal your ideas.... I hope.
service (ideas.teamviewer.com) provide authentication, but I've see only unamed idea: you can use without provide user and password.
In any case you can get all details from error by your browser: certificate has expired. :-(