As a suggestion continues to accrue votes and feedback from the community, the Roll20 team will respond as necessary. We pay particular attention to suggestions that have gained support quickly, those that are small quality-of-life enhancements, and those in the top 20 of all suggestions. If a suggestion is in the top 10, you can expect updates from staff in thread when the suggestion changes status. Suggestions & Ideas with less than 10 votes after 30 days are closed and the votes refunded. If you find a suggestion you like and have opinions to share, please feel free to comment. For general information about how the Voting System works in the Suggestions & Ideas forum, please see the FAQ on the Roll20 Help Center under Forum Voting . Don't debate the suggestion's merit, and don't discuss why it will or will not happen. That stifles conversation. Feedback: This is the community's opportunity to add votes, description, needs, and requirements. Tell us how you would use this feature in your game and with your group. Researching: We’re looking at what it will take to complete, might include a user survey or interviews to gather as many use cases as possible. Obstructed: There are some things that need to be done before we can tackle this idea. Not Now: Good idea, but it’s not on our roadmap right now. Queued: We're on it. The Dev Team is making plans, pulling the levers, writing the code. We have a rough timeline for its expected release. At this point comments and voting may be closed. It may not happen exactly as suggested, but we'll do our best to take the spirit of the suggestion and related comments into account. We may also ask questions in the suggestions thread itself to gather more feedback as we work on the suggestion. On Dev: This feature is in Beta Testing on the Development Server. It is ready for Pro users to test on the Dev Server, and comments and voting are closed. Completed: This idea has been planned, developed, tested, and launched. You can see it working on Roll20. For general information about how the Voting System works in the Suggestions & Ideas forum, please see the FAQ on the Roll20 Help Center under Forum Voting . All Suggestions, Posts, and Comments must adhere to the Roll20 Code of Conduct and the Terms of Service . In addition, below are some additions to the Code of Conduct specifically for the Suggestions Forum. DO: Inform of potential workarounds or similar suggestions that already exist. Be respectful of the original poster. Expand upon the original suggestion. Describe what you would do with the suggestion in your game and with your group. DON'T: Post a comment about why you don't like a suggestion. Post about why you think a suggestion is unnecessary, unworthy, or not important. Predict the response of the Dev Team or the likelihood that a suggestion will be implemented. Debate a posted workaround. These guidelines are part of the Code of Conduct for the Suggestions Forum. Violations of the Code of Conduct will be moderated with accompanying penalties.