19 Replies
Allison LaMotte

Hi Janet,

Thanks for your feedback. I sense that you're frustrated that this feature hasn't been implemented and I totally get it. The waiting game is never easy! 

However, I want you to know that we're doing our very best to bring our users the features they want and need as quickly as possible.

We receive hundreds of feature requests every week, so prioritizing them is no small task and we take it very seriously. Here's an inside look at how that process works

Let me know if you have any other questions!

Leslie Garrett

It would be nice to be able to change the default font in all areas of Rise. Particularly because research shows that black font is more accessible for those with visual impairments, or vision-related disabilities; and it's my own aim, as well as that of my firm's, to make our content as accessible as possible.

I understand why the trend toward gray happened, but there must be other ways to enhance the UX for all learners...and developers? Like adjusting font size, or tighter, more concise writing...

And frankly,  my own eyes are not that great, so after working in Rise for several hours, I am feeling the eye strain myself!  

Celito Macachor

I have been yearning for these and just assumed it would come naturally. It is time-consuming to say the least, and frustrating in the sense that it seems so basic but seems to be too out of reach. Surely there are more complex features you have done without too much prodding. I just want to default it to black. That alone will be a big leap and save countless hours.