Make 'request account deletion' button red
To delete an account is very important, so the button should be red to show that it's dangerous.
Add comments tab to profile
There used to be a comments tab where you could view your comments. This was especially useful to quickly see a comment on a post to for example edit or delete it. It can also show others what kind of person you are and what kind of comments you post on replit. I don't know why it was removed, but if it's added back, you should be able to sort the comments by age, upvotes, board, etc.
Allow Markdown on Bio
On our profile Biography, it would be really good being able to use Markdown like in comments.
In "My repls", make it so you can organize better.
In the "My repls" area, a cool feature to have would be to organize the projects/folder order, instead of them just being alphabetically placed :)
please do not allow logouts with a simple GET req
there is this exploit where you link an image with the url https://replit.com/logout and it will logout. if the only allowed method is POST this will become more secure and less annoying and most of the logout exploits will be stopped
Replit should add a feature on someone's profile that shows if they are online or offline... (Maybe even a "last online" feature). I don't know if that's even possible, though I hope it is... - QuickV
I think there should be a feature to indicate where apps and Repl Talk posts are not hepful.
Allow markdown on chat
Inside of the project chat (the chat that opens when you invite someone to your repl), it should allow markdown (for typing in code and such).
Python syntax highlighting of all operators
Currently, only the 'and', 'or', 'not', 'in', 'is' and assignment operators are coloured blue in python. Could it be made so that the '==', '!=', '<', '>', '>=', '<=', '+', '-', ' ', '/', ' *', '^', '//', '%', '&', '~', '|', '>>' and '<<' operators are made to be blue aswell?
Filter posts with language
Repl talk (and Apps too!!!) should have an option to filter posts by language. This is especially useful in the ask board where you could easily see which posts are asking for a specific language that you're confortable in and hence be able to help the person immediately. The posts could be filtered either based on the repl's language, or an option that the poster provides.