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Your Feedback Wanted

Please spare 5 minutes for this survey
Monday, February 17, 2014, 11:49 PM

In years past, we've solicited feedback from our readers to help improve the value of the service we offer. Well, we're up to it again - so, if you're able, please take a few minutes to fill out our latest survey.

As before, we'll summarize for you the aggregate feedback we receive, in order to make sure we've listened to the PP.com community correctly. Then, we'll use those insights to inform our content and feature priorities for the rest of 2014.

The goal here is to get as accurate a sense of your needs, preferences and hopes about this site, so we can make it as useful for you as possible going forward.

So, as Count Rugen said in The Princess Bride: "Remember, this is for posterity so be honest."

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robie robinson's picture
robie robinson
Status: Diamond Member (Offline)
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Posts: 1148
whew

i'm glad thats over. i still suffer test anxiety, and after all those years

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tricky rick
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Posts: 92
aced it!



Ha... robie you should've sat next to me...  I aced it!!!!

oh, pass -no pass huh?

 

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Nervous Nelly
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Posts: 209
Did my duty!

Did my duty !

NN

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thebrewer
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Posts: 110
Done!

Long 5 minutes but, I look forward to seeing the results.

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lld3j
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Posts: 8
Your Feedback Wanted

Done!!! Every comment/idea/feedback helps.  I look forward to see the results.

Poet's picture
Poet
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Posts: 1891
Open-ended Questions

I liked that you had quite a lot of room for open-ended questions. I think you'll get better feedback and suggestions, even if they're not as easy to aggregate.

Poet

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Phaedrus the younger
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Posts: 64
Almost as fun as a rorschach!

Agree on open ended questions - they allowed for some deeper colour.

Political affiliation Q was awkward for us outside of the US of A.  ;-)

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Adam Taggart
Status: Peak Prosperity Co-founder (Online)
Joined: May 26 2009
Posts: 2939
Open-ended appreciation

Glad to hear the appreciation of the open-ended questions. We did indeed hope they would allow for greater nuance and specificity of the insights we glean from the survey.

I'll admit to a bit of "be careful what you wish for" shock: we're currently at 422 survey completions. And it's been less than 24 hours.

It's going to take me a while to satisfactorily process and categorize all of these wonderful specific nuances... cool

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Hotrod
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Posts: 177
Affiliation

Political affiliation was hard for me as an United States citizen.  None was a close as I was comfortable with.  Kind of sad really.

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Phaedrus the younger
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Adam Taggart wrote: It's
Adam Taggart wrote:

It's going to take me a while to satisfactorily process and categorize all of these wonderful specific nuances... cool

 

I always wondered who the monkey was in Survey Monkey.  Glad to finally meet you.  cheeky

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Stoicsmile
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Posts: 18
Household net worth

Less than $0. Thanks for reminding me!

~Bill

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agitating prop
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Posts: 854
I did it.  I took the survey!

I did it.  I took the survey! But I accidentally hit my income at 400, 000. Per year!  OMG. Tried to change it but couldn't get back to the question.  It's much much less than that!!

There are so few fundamental changes I would make.  The site is awesome in nearly every way. 

 

robie robinson's picture
robie robinson
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Posts: 1148
A P

that is ok, I hit mine at 50000 and its another zero higher so we preserved the mean. ;-)

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marjham
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Posts: 9
Existential moment

I regret selecting any political affiliation...it was purely a reflex.  Upon clicking the (in)appropriate button, I stared at the page and realized with a start that I actually had none.  No party, no team, no "good guys", no white hats.  Felt kinda weird.  

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