We are so excited about the response to the Wolfram|Alpha Community site in the past week. Nearly 2,000 people have shared questions, ideas, and inputs since it launched on Monday, and many more are finding this forum to be a great place to communicate with others who are exploring Wolfram|Alpha.
By clicking the “vote up” button next to each post in the Community, you can increase the rank of a certain post and call it to the attention of others. For example, some of this week’s most popular posts ask about Wolfram|Alpha’s accessibility on mobile devices, and whether features will be added to cover embedded queries and chemical reactions. In its first week, Community posts were voted up more than 8,000 times.
We’re thrilled to see so many people providing guidance to each other and fostering discussions on meaningful topics. We’ll try to get feedback from the Wolfram|Alpha developers where it seems appropriate. In the coming weeks, we will begin responding to some of the posts. So if we haven’t responded to your question yet, don’t worry. We are continually adding information to and improving Wolfram|Alpha, and we hope this Community project can promote a continuous dialogue between Wolfram|Alpha and the people who use it.