What helps an instructable get featured?

I created my first instructable a week back which is a binary clock: https://www.instructables.com/id/Cwik-Clock-v10-An-Arduino-Binary-Clock/

I was hoping to get it featured as I thought it added on to the regular binary clock formula (using potentiometers, and analog meter, focusing on accuracy, etc.).

Today I saw a binary clock get featured (this one https://www.instructables.com/id/Connect-4-Binary-Clock/ ) which actually uses my code (which I put that code in public domain), and only has a subset of the features mine does. I'm trying not to be a bit jealous here :P.

For the future, what helps an instructable be featured?

Thanks,
Dennis

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mikeasaurus5 years ago
You can always post your Instructable in The Clinic and get some help
Kiteman5 years ago
Weirdly, since I arrived at HQ, I seem to have less time available to browse other folks' projects, and this one passed me by first time around.

My apologies.
cwik (author)  Kiteman5 years ago
No apologies needed, and thank you!
kelseymh5 years ago
https://www.instructables.com/community/Featuring-Checklist/
cwik (author)  kelseymh5 years ago
Thank you for that link! All searches I did basically showed featured stuff, not *how* to get featured.