Historically, we’ve avoided polls. One reason is to avoid warfare between users of different processes. Tinderbox users are a small group but a broad church - most (form 10+ community support) doing quite different or similar-but-different tasks. What suits one group doesn’t necessarily suit all, so polls don’t help. Polls also foster opinion-shopping.
The best way to lobby for a new feature is for someone, with that actual need, to write directly to the developer explaining what it is they need to do (or can’t do) and why. Having proposed a number of features myself along the way, I can attest that it is often hard as a user to know what’s easy/cheap to engineer and what’s hard/expensive or which has negative impacts on other groups of users who employ the app in a different way.
If it’s too hard or too much effort to contact the developer I’d assume the need isn’t that strong.