You should IF the feature request is more critical to you and your apps than any of your top 59 (assuming 59 is the limit). Otherwise, the voting system doesn’t really work.
AppSheet wants to focus on those things that are of the greatest benefit to the community. What’s of greater desire for us will also likely attract new customers. A large customer base benefits us all because it means the platform will likely live on well into the future.
If we all have maxed our voting and a new request is submitted that would really boost the platform (e.g. I think drag and drop recently mentioned could be one of those), and none of us change our votes, that feature request will not get the attention it needs. AppSheet will assume it’s not a needed or greatly desired feature and drop it or place at the bottom of the list.
A recent one that comes to mind that I think went to the wayside due to a seeming collective lack of interest is GPS tracking capabilities. I know AppSheet was working on it and then the merger happened. Most of us accepted what’s not there or found workarounds so the chatter has died down. But I’m willing to bet that if there was a very strong showing of continued interest, it, and any other such feature request, would come to fruition sooner than later.
Our best way to show our interest is through voting! And by the way, I see nothing wrong with promoting feature requests to keep community informed of the feature and gain more votes. Just reserve that for the most important features.