SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten Idea List is now open for voting

Idea creation is now complete.  We are excited by the number of Idea submissions for the SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten list.  This year, we have the most submissions ever!

Now’s the time to vote for Ideas that will make it to the SolidWorks World 2014 Top Ten List.  When voting, you are allowed to up or down vote as many ideas as you like. Voting will close on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. You can vote by clicking on the respective arrow next to the Idea title.


Although downvoting is available, it does not count against the total score for each Idea.  If you downvote an Idea, please leave a comment explaining the reason for your downvote.  For example, an Idea may be detrimental to your daily workflow.  In that case, simply leave a comment on the Idea saying how it would disrupt your workflow.

Let’s see which Ideas will make it to the Top Ten and presented at SolidWorks World 2014 General Session on Wednesday 1/29/2014.

Please click [HERE] to go to the Ideas area and cast your vote!

Also, you can click[HERE] to watch a video on how to cast your vote.

Now, 500+ ideas may be a lot to go through at one time.  Of course, you do not have to go thru all the ideas.  If you wish, you can focus on particular areas, such as drawings, parts and assembliesPlease see the video for more information.

Another way to look at the Ideas in small numbers is via keyword searches.  To search Ideas based on keywords, add your keywords to the Search field in the upper right of any forum page.  Once the search is complete click on “More Options” under the keyword field and enter “SolidWorks World 2014 and the Top Ten List” and select Search (again).  This will limit your keywork search to the Ideas and discussions for SolidWorks World 2014 forum area.  For example, here are searches for Drawing Views, Planes and BOMs.

Searching Ideas

Have fun and good luck!!

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