Marker naming

  • 100
  • Idea
  • Updated 5 months ago
  • Not Planned
  • (Edited)
(This idea comes what what we’ve heard here in this community as well as from other customer feedback methods we utilize. The feedback we gather here will help us gauge how well it fits our users’ needs. Please let us know what you think)

The Problem:

Adding and editing the name of a marker is not intuitive and requires too many clicks.  

Potential Solution:

When adding a marker (by hotkey or by clicking) a user should be able to start typing immediately without any extra clicks
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David D, Technical Product Manager - Camtasia

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Posted 1 year ago

  • 100
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David D, Technical Product Manager - Camtasia

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Official Response

Having to name your marker in a separate part of the UI is annoying and we could do better than that. Given the number of ideas of ahead of this one we will are keeping under consideration but looking to address others ideas higher on the list first. We’ll update this post as capacity opens up and we can plan for additional ideas.


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Robert R., Online Community Admin

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Official Response
Hello all;

I just wanted to let everyone know that the Status for this Feature Request has changed from "Under Consideration" to "Not Planned" (see here for details on Statuses). In some cases the Status changing may mean that the feature request no longer aligns with the current workflow, that other work such as bug fixes, has taken priority, or that the priority for the feature request has been bumped up.

Please continue to follow the thread as the status may change again and feel free to reply to this thread with any questions.

-Robert

*Edit*
Edited post to contain what the status was prior to September 29, 2017. It changed from "Under Consideration" to "Not Planned."
(Edited)