What feature would you like to see in a tool you use regularly? – 30 Days of Tools, Day 24

Hello and welcome to Day 24 of the 30 Days of Tools challenge. Now’s a good time to put in a good word for a feature you’re interested to see!


What feature would you like to see in a tool you use regularly?

  • How would the feature help you and others? What problem does it solve?
  • Where can you share this feature idea with the tool provider?
  • Is the feature idea already on the tool providers’ backlog? If so, continue to share to help them prioritise.

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A easy to set up possibility to care multiple test runs to each others so you could easily see which tests are often failing due to broken code or to flaky tests.

Feedback forms / supports / Public Ticket systems

Sometimes! But sometimes they are on the backlog since 2013 :stuck_out_tongue:
Then I always questions, when is it going to happen, even if it has 5000 upvotes…

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I’d like a native Jira dark mode, there are browser extensions, but understandably they have issues with displaying everything properly, there are commercial themes for dark mode on the marketplace, but it’s kind a trend in the past few years to give the users the choice between different UI themes.

Features can be requested here, and people can vote for these requests.

They already got a Suggestion for it, with over 6k votes
https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-63150
But, it doesn’t seem to be a top priority for them, it’s been around since 2016 :open_mouth: