If you are like me, you want to help make Thunkable better. But it has been discouraging when I find a bug, create a sample app isolating the issue, and write up the issue on GitHub, only to find out the issue is already known by Thunkable. I hate wasting time like that.
But @Jane at thunkable just informed me:
Going forward, when a team member files an internal issue, we will also make a public issue on the GitHub. This means that when a creator is filing an issue or request, if they search for keywords in the GitHub first, they should see that this matter is already known to the team.
This change definitely encourages me that reporting issue with the beta Drag-and-Drop won’t be wasted effort.