SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Top Ten List Now Open for Submissions

The SOLIDWORKS World Top Ten List is now open for idea submission and discussion.

For those of you who are new to the SOLIDWORKS World Top Ten List, it is an opportunity to submit your ideas for enhancements to SOLIDWORKS products. Once the idea submission period ends, voting begins. All ideas are considered by the SOLIDWORKS development team.  The Top Ten ideas will be presented at SOLIDWORKS World 2019 in Dallas, TX, which is being held February 10-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.

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Submitted ideas can be viewed by visiting the SOLIDWORKS World 2019 Top Ten List area of the discussion forum. Click on “Content” just under the Top Ten List banner. You can also click on the categories on the left side to sort by specific areas of SOLIDWORKS (Assemblies, Drawings, Simulation, etc.).

When submitting an idea to the forum, please be sure to assign it within the proper category so that when voting opens other users can easily find ideas according to their area of interest. Prior to submitting an idea, please review the ideas already posted to make sure you do not submit a duplicate.

As always, we encourage friendly and professional comments and discussions to all ideas that may help clarify or better communicate other uses and needs. This potentially assists others when voting and helps us better understand everyone’s needs and ideas too.

Submit your enhancement ideas by December 12, 2018.

Whether or not you’re attending SOLIDWORKS World 2019 in Dallas, TX, we look forward to seeing your ideas. You also just may see your idea in a future release of SOLIDWORKS!

Important dates:
December 12, 2018:  Deadline for new idea submissions
December 13, 2018:  Voting on all ideas begins
January 31, 2019: Deadline for voting ends

So don’t delay. Play an important role in the future development of SOLIDWORKS by submitting your ideas for the SOLIDWORKS Top Ten today!

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