Hey Ammon! Great question about +1s. We take all input into consideration and definitely look at the number of s on a topic to measure Community interest. So, to make sure your voice gets heard in support of a feature, go ahead and click that !
In general, we get substantially more value out of learning what specific use cases you have in mind for a particular feature, or specific elements that you would like included in a feature, than we do from a comment that just says “+1” (which is why “+1” comments are discouraged in the community guidelines). +1 comments also aren’t easily quantifiable for us in the way that ing the initial post is.
With more specific comments, our dev team can keep your use cases top-of-mind when working on a feature. Once a feature is in development, we can invite users who have commented with specific use cases in mind to be part of the beta so that we can collect more detailed feedback from them.
Hope this helps, and while we will post again in this thread when we have relevant updates to share, as always, you can keep an eye on the What’s New page to see what new features have been released for general availability recently.