It would be great if we could use proxy voting on a public facing ideas portal but have the proxy voting display only for internal users (i.e., like a private comment). Our use case is that we run a system with multiple versions of an application for different clients. Because many clients want similar or related features, we have on portal they all use.
However we would like to use proxy voting to capture how each client is prioritizing the features when it comes to decide on the next phases of enhancements. Currently we would have to either run two portals (one external facing and one internal) or use a custom score card for each client instead of proxy voting.
Thank you for your idea. Proxy voting is not allowed in public portals for security purposes. That said, there are currently a couple ways you could accomplish the use case noted here:
Aha! users can add proxy votes on ideas within Aha!, even when proxy voting is not enabled in a portal. This can be done by clicking the + icon in the proxy votes section of the idea details.
If this needs to be done through a portal, you can add a private portal. Ideas in Aha! are related to workspaces. This means that even if you have two portals, the same ideas can be shown in both portals.
Given the explanation and options above, we are unlikely to implement this idea. We hope you can understand.