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Awhile back I remember it was possible to give your limited number of votes for one or another proposed feature.
And it was a nice easy scrollable list of all the suggested features.
Does that still exist?

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See also:… – Ether Feb 25 '10 at 20:33
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You are probably thinking about the Stackoverflow Uservoice page. MSO now replaces Uservoice. Use the tagging system here to find different combinations of feature requests and bugs:

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Ha, I bet you're right. I'd forgotten about the limited number of votes and nice list attributes of that service. It's not half bad - at least it forced them to complete or close highly rated requests, where here they may linger forever without official comment. – Adam Davis Feb 24 '10 at 19:18

Yes, the service is here:

However, as noted on the service itself, it has been replaced with a stackoverflow-like site here:

The list of highest voted requests is here:

The list of highest votes requests that haven't been implemented and aren't declined is here:

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