A group of PlayStation fans have set up a campaign called Better PSN to help bring Sony's attention to the improvements that fans want to see. After starting out as a thread on NeoGAF, a new website, betterpsn.com, has gone online to coordinate the efforts. This primarily involves tweeting with a hashtag, #BetterPSN, to Sony executives like Shuhei Yoshida and Adam Boyes. The website also allows users to make suggestions for new features or improvements they'd like to see, as well as vote on those submitted by others. Currently, the most popular ideas include the ability to change your online status, better profile pages, continuous trophy syncing, and enhanced friends lists and much more. It remains to be seen what Sony's response to this new campaign will be. The last major PS4 update came in March, adding new PSN features like Share Play and verified accounts. Do you believe in #BetterPSN ?