Submission FAQ (Updated 05/20/2014)
Q: Why isn't my idea submission showing up?
A: All Share idea submissions are first approved by a human operator before they enter the public database. Most likely, your idea submission duplicates or closely resembles a previously approved idea. In that case, vote for the original idea and note any fine distinctions in the comments section. We're also less likely to publish ideas which are particularly unrealistic or unlikely.
Q: Why aren’t you taking submissions on PS3, PSP, etc?
A: We’ve collated submissions on these topics for nearly four years; with the launch of PS Vita and PS4, we’re focusing the discussion on the future of PlayStation’s products. If you’d like to revisit previously submitted ideas, please visit the archive here
Q: Does PlayStation read the ideas on Share?
A: Yes! Share is an important internal resource for SCEA.
Q: Why don't you hurry up and implement my idea already?
A: Remember that Share is not intended to be a "to-do" list for PlayStation. Rather, it's a public resource and reference point that helps internal SCEA employees survey interest and trends across various topics both large and small. If you feel that your idea deserves attention, the best thing you can do is encourage other users to vote for it and leave comments.
Q: Have you ever actually implemented an idea from Share?
A: While we don't publicly disclose internal decision-making processes, Share continually tracks "Ideas in Action
" - see the current numbers in action in the “Share Community Stats” listed to the right of the page.