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Is there a site* where the features which are being currently worked upon (for the mobile applications) can be viewed?

"What will the new features in the next version of mobile app be?"

This will avoid feature-requests on features that are already being worked upon. This will also increase the anticipation for the next version release!

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By site I meant a page/post (like the help pages, faq post), not a stack exchange site - sorry for the confusion

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Is there a site where the features which are being currently worked upon (for the mobile applications) can be viewed?

Yes, you're already on it:

Meta Stack Exchange

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  • Only a small fraction of the feature requests are even considered. Most don't get viewed - or else they will be given a status. I want to see a official page where features that are being currently worked upon will be displayed – One Face Feb 1 '15 at 4:44
  • Among the considered requests only a very few will make it into the next app release. I am asking what features can be expected in the next app-release – One Face Feb 1 '15 at 4:45
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    @CRags There is no other "official page." The Stack Exchange devs' tools are actually integrated into the meta sites, and that's what they use for bug tracking, etc. (they also use Trello, but that remains private for obvious reasons). – Doorknob Feb 1 '15 at 4:53
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    Ok, so the answer is no, there is no single page where we can see what we can expect in the next release. Thanks for the answer – One Face Feb 1 '15 at 6:18
  • Upon reading my question, I understood why your answer was like that. Sorry for the wrong wording (error on my part). By site I meant a page (as in website) and not SE sites. Please consider answering to the question now – One Face Feb 1 '15 at 9:00
  • @CRags Yes, there is a page here. – Doorknob Feb 1 '15 at 13:55
  • In addition of that, you could add the next version on the search query, e.g. "1.0.84" for android-app, since current version is 1.0.83 – Meta Andrew T. Mar 15 '16 at 6:04

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