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I've suggested a new feature/improvement - when will it be implemented?

Here at MIDAS HQ, we welcome, encourage, and appreciate suggestions from our global customer base as to how our scheduling system could be improved. Many of these customer-contributed suggestions do go on to be implemented in MIDAS, which over the years has helped make our software the powerful and fully-featured system it is today!

At any given time there are in excess of 200+ items on our development list of new features and improvements to potentially be implemented in future updates to our software, and we currently release substantial feature-rich updates to MIDAS around 3-4 times a year (with interim bug fix updates in between)

The order and speed at which these items on our development list are implemented depend upon a number of factors including:
  1. Each suggestion's popularity - i.e. the number of requests we receive for a particular new feature
  2. The likely benefit of such a new feature - i.e. how specific the idea is - is it likely to benefit the majority of customers, or just a few.
    (If it's something specific to your organization's needs, we may be able to develop a bespoke customization for you instead)
  3. The suggested feature's complexity - i.e. how easy and practical the feature is to implement
Whilst each and every idea and suggestion we receive is carefully considered, we are in most cases unable to give specific ETA's on when a particular feature may be implemented. However, we do provide a Feature Requests page which we use to gauge the level of interest in certain feature suggestions, and where we also indicate some of the suggestions that are presently being planned/developed. You'll also find listed a range of customer's previous ideas and suggestions that have since been implemented in our web based room booking and resource scheduling system!

If you're looking/waiting for specific functionality not currently present in MIDAS, you could always consider utilizing the optional API that's available for MIDAS to develop your own interface, functionality or extend the capabilities of your MIDAS system.

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