09-17-2018 01:27 PM
Here we are — a year and a half since irate customers began asking why GoPro refuses to allow its users to blend anything other than GoPro content into its apps, obstinately ignoring the pleas of its user base by dictating that we have no rights of content integration. We live in a world rich in multimedia content captured in by a wide array of tools, yet GoPro keeps content creators in chains.
One person is to blame — GoPro funder and CEO Nicholas Woodman, the highest-paid chief executive in the US in 2014 when he received a bundle of stock worth $285 million when GoPro went public.
This year, Woodman will receive no more than $1 after GoPro's board slashed his salary and stripped him of his bonuses following lower-than-expected sales, job cuts and its withdrawal from the camera drone market. Once a private tech company valued at more than $1 billion, GoPro ihas been valued this year on public markets at $712 million. Seems there is justice in this world after all. What goes around, comes around. Woodman's redemption could begin by listening to his customers, though given his performance, I doubt that will happen.
10-17-2018 02:01 PM
HOW. IS. THIS. MARKED. SOLVED. GOPRO SUPPORT.
10-17-2018 03:31 PM
Now everyone please stop whining and yelling about it on this thread cause I can't unsubscribe and I can't be the only one from the 42 replies sick of getting identical, griping emails from a 2 year old thread. It's not a petition. Start a new one!
10-17-2018 03:37 PM
You're right it's not a petition, it's a thread on a support page. Deal with it.
10-17-2018 03:46 PM