AdWords Using Google Moderator For Feature Request Voting

Jan 7, 2009 - 7:57 am 0 by
Filed Under Google Ads

A week ago, we reported that the Google Mobile team is using a new tool to track and monitor how popular feature requests are. Well, it seems like Google AdWords started their own similar tool, using Google Moderator.

A AdWords Help thread has AdWordsPro Sarah suggesting that one advertiser go to the "AdWords Wish List" at and submit and vote of feature requests.

Looking at Google Moderator versus the Google Product Ideas site, it is the same thing, just with a custom URL. So, it seems like Google product lines are starting to migrate their feature request lists to Google Moderator, some getting custom URLs, so that users can vote on which ones they want to use.

It is a sort of Digg approach to feature requests, which I like.

Forum discussion at AdWords Help.


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