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What are your thoughts regarding the content on this platform?

What are your thoughts regarding the content on this platform?

By Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 20, 2020

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Some introductions are scary long

by Dragan Otasevic on Oct 20, 2020

For sessions: A weak correlation between the number of suggestions and the number of likes

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 20, 2020

Juran K. a month ago
I support the use of statistics for this purpose and find these questions really interesting!

I think that in this phase of platform development, either supportive or the spontaneous use of likes reflects the general opinion about the idea or the ideator perspective of it (if we translated to point of the platform correctly) - what's good. Not all ideas are equally easy to contribute and not all ideas "provoke" a "like".

What could be even more interesting is to connect this statistics with the amount of text in the session.
It could easily happen that long sessions get a like but not a contribution, and the short ones get both. If, as Dragan mentioned, people read the title and like it, but postpone reading, it will probably result in kind of metric which you showed.
Shubhankar Kulkarni a month ago
Juran K. That is a good suggestion. I will try and record the number of words in the session text to check if I see any pattern.
Dragan Otasevic a month ago
I imagine likes are used for both - acknowledgement of contributor's effort and actually liking the content. Should we have the ability to indicate these two with separate icons?

Doesn't your graph indicate an overall growth of the platform? The more popular it gets, the more people there are, the more contributions, the more likes

I imagine that not all likes come from the same people who contribute. We currently can't see this, but we will be able to soon. If 1-9-90 rule is in force, then some of the likes come from people who are just readers.

For sessions: No correlation between the number of words in the session text and the number of suggestions and likes it has

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Oct 21, 2020

Darko Savic a month ago
Do sessions with longer main text get fewer contributions (lower engagement rate)?
Shubhankar Kulkarni a month ago
Darko Savic The trend seems to be so. But the association is so negligible that we cannot conclude that longer main text get fewer contributions.

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