At Plesk, we value input from our community the most. Because user feedback allows us to grow our product since our first release 20 years ago.
In other words, we’re data-driven, yes, but we also want to hear suggestions straight from our community. Because we understand that your support will help us improve all our products. And indeed, at Plesk we have an ever-growing list of features.
Our technical team members are hungry for feedback. And so, we’re inviting you to meet a few of them and learn first-hand about how they work with your contributions.
Why Feedback Is Essential to Us
How to Contribute
There are different ways you can provide feedback and be part of Plesk. Let’s go through those point by point:
- Plesk Community Discussion Forum: Welcome to our most important source of inspiration. A meeting place for the Plesk family where you can discuss, share and learn.
- User Voice: Do you have an idea for new functionalities? This is the place where you can share your needs, as well as vote for existing feature proposals. It’s likely that the forthcoming versions of Plesk will include the top-ranked suggestions.
- Plesk Online Community: Feel free to exchange tips, look for advice, and get hosting updates on this Facebook page. Our teams from all departments talk to the community, from CTO, to sales or technical support. Here is the place where you get the latest scoops on the product, as well as where you can have direct dialogues with Pleskians.
Feedback Is Essential to Us from All Sources
Those above are the main feedback sources when a new product feature is chosen for implementation. On top of that, our Product Managers strive to remain in contact with the business environment to identify needs and meet emerging trends.
Program managers are also in permanent contact with support teams for gathering information on the most required feats, or bugs to crush. For some top features, they test hypotheses on-site or create surveys and send them to customers for review.
Bottom line – all you need to do is speak to us. We’ll hear and make the magic happen 🙂
And always remember: Build, Secure, and Run!
Where do you feel most comfortable sharing feedback? Let us know about your preferences in the comment section below.