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    Anonymous commented  · 

    It would be even easier to just spell out the date as dd-mmm-yyyy ie "03-Apr-2015". This removes any debate as to the order of the D/M.

    Also a simpler date/time picker without the annoying post submit validation would be great! :) http://jonthornton.github.io/Datepair.js/.

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    It would be nice if you could select the timezone for the service, eg we have two server instance of the same SaaS product that serve different timezones, USA-MST and NZST, and it'd be nice for the users to be able to see the times ideally in their timezone, but otherwise in a timezone we defined.

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    Expand the API interface so that the pre-defined service can indicate that it is having an incident. eg we could build an app which monitors various functions on our SaaS product, and if it fails, it would not only notify us, but also indicate on the statusdashboard that there is an issue with the service, and by tieing in with the feature request for multiple status, could indicate to the users that not only are we aware of the issue, but that it's been notified,

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