Facebook has used surveys to get users’ input on features including News Feed, Messenger, pages, advertising and groups, and it has now extended that to users’ opinion on reactions to their own posts.
Some users (including this writer) were served the survey pictured below, in which they were shown one of their own posts and asked their opinions about their friends’ comments on those posts.
- What were you feeling and what were you hoping would happen when you shared it?
- How satisfied were you with the response you got?
- Who were you hoping would see the post?
- Who were you hoping would respond to the post?
- How supportive were the comments you received?
- How supportive were the likes you received?
- How supportive were the Reactions you received?
- Did you get more or fewer responses from your friends than you expected for this post?
- Did anyone talk to you on Messenger about the post?
- Did anyone talk to you outside of Facebook about the post?
- How important was this post to you?
- How personal was the topic of this post to you?
- How were you feeling when you shared the post?
- Overall, how could your experience on Facebook after this post have been made better?
Readers: Have you been asked by Facebook to take any similar surveys?