Voting is a central part of Bitwish. It is how the members of the community can make known which of the published feature requests they feel are most desirable, or most important. Liking posts is a nice way to show support, but it is important to also vote for the features that you think should be prioritised.
All members of Bitwish are allocated ten votes. Don’t hold back - you are encouraged to cast all ten of your votes!
Votes will automatically be returned if a feature request is closed, either because the feature was implemented, or because the request was discarded. In either of these cases, the closure of the request will return all of the votes to their members. They can then be used to vote for other feature requests.
You can also choose to remove your own votes from feature requests and give them to different requests. For example, if you see a request for a feature you hadn’t thought of and think it is more deserving of one of your votes, you can remove a vote from something you previously voted for and use it for the new post. So keep your eyes on the latest posts!
If you want to check on your current votes, you can find them on your profile.