SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten – Deadline for Idea submissions is coming up quick

We are looking for your input in creating the SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten List. This is a list of your ideas for enhancements to future versions of SolidWorks. The top rated ideas are revealed at the SolidWorks World 2014 General Session on Wednesday 1/29/2014. These ideas provide guidance for future developments in SolidWorks. You can see that a majority of the ideas from past SolidWorks World Top Ten lists are now implemented in the SolidWorks product.

The way this list works: starting on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 the list is open for idea submissions and discussion. To participate in the SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten list access the SolidWorks World 2014 section of the discussion forum and click the “Ideas” tab or click the “SolidWorks Top Ten List” button.

(Please [CLICK HERE] to watch a video on Youtube for how to create a new idea.)

During this period any customer can submit ideas and comment on existing ideas, but you will not yet be able to cast any votes. Since we will receive so many responses, please be sure to search through existing ideas to see if someone has already submitted the same idea. In this case, please comment on the existing idea rather than creating a duplicate idea.  The last day for submissions is December 15, 2013.

Starting Monday, December 16, 2013 the webpage will be closed to new idea generation and will be opened up for voting. When voting, you are allowed to up or down vote as many ideas as you like. Voting will close on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

Whether or not you are attending SolidWorks World 2014 in San Diego, this is an easy way to tell us how you use SolidWorks and how we can improve it to meet your needs. So please start thinking of what new functionality you would like to see, participate in the SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten List and we will hopefully see you at SolidWorks World 2014 in San Diego.

Matt Lorono

Matt Lorono

Product Definition Manager at SolidWorks Dassault Systemes
Applying two decades of engineering field experience to improve and create new SOLIDWORKS products
Matt Lorono