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Last December I had a feature request for the Travel SE site. The feature request is only for this site, because on other site it wouldn't been that necessary.

Therefore I asked a question on the meta site of Travel SE and tagged it with feature-request. However, no Stackexchange representative seems to have looked at it since then. So where should I place an official feature request for a specific site?

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If they do not respond it does not necessarily mean that they did not see it. SE gets mountains of feature requests - not all can be dealt with personally. – Lix Apr 16 '12 at 11:38
    
How do you know they haven't looked at it? – Cody Gray Apr 17 '12 at 2:47
    
@TheEstablishment I don't know that, but if they looked at it I would have expected a short comment or a new tag. – RoflcoptrException Apr 17 '12 at 15:58

You've posted it in the right place - on the meta for the site in question.

Unfortunately you can't really check whether any one from Stack Exchange has actually looked at something if they don't post a comment, answer or add a [status_*] flag. We are assured that Stack Exchange employees do check the site metas regularly.

If you think the question hasn't had enough attention you could raise the issue in your chat for a one of your site moderators to escalate the issue to Stack Exchange.

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It's also worth noting that Jin, for example, has a tag filter for design across the meta-network. I don't know if this is true for other employees, but starting with proper tagging is probably also an important step in getting the request seen. – Tim Stone Apr 16 '12 at 11:44
    
"We are assured"... – casperOne Apr 16 '12 at 11:45
    
@casperOne - have you got a problem with my correct use of English? – ChrisF Apr 16 '12 at 11:46
    
No... Emphasis on the choice of words. Directed at SE, not you. – casperOne Apr 16 '12 at 11:46

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