I could not express I believed OSRS could work more on articles from Skyzhay's blog

I would appreciate an OSRS GP ending comments box (although I know if that's difficult to go through). I could not express I believed OSRS could work more on articles. This was especially glaring on the"what do you believe OSRS should focus on?" Section, where I had to pick stuff I enjoy, but not really what I believed the dev group should focus on. Additionally, I was intrigued about the HD OSRS screenshots. Glad to see they are looking in to it. I utilized the improvement on box towards the limit to voice something not related for fear that there wouldn't be an additional box. There wasn't so that was probably a good call. They could have used input areas because there was a lot I would have mentioned but was not provided a place to.

Yes, I totally this. At every chance, I attempted to slide into more"untradeable/completionist articles", however, the answers just couldn't reflect it completely. I'd have liked a general comments box at the end because there were several things I wanted to respond to in greater detail but hadn't any place to achieve that. While completionist content would not make it on my listing. I'm pretty bummed out the completionist community couldn't express their views. I was really glad to see the HD OSRS screenshots. They were rated by me as my shirt, because. It would make me even more enthusiastic to log in and get chilled.

I work in market research and Qualtrics is an business pillar. If you don't feel comfortable with Qualtrics I totally understand but my experience let us me think it is alright. Let's say I answered this poll 100 who'd you imagine gets that info? After GDPR I've felt pressured by every single site ever to track and track me it's disgusting, and even disgusting that it was happening before without my understanding. Looking at the survey connection along with the basic disclosures at the bottom of the webpage it does not appear the Jagex is having a third party fielding company so if the only people who would have direct access to your information would be the survey developers who will pull exports from the database to distribute internally. EU also includes some fairly powerful data privacy legislation which (at least my US based company which frequently interacts with Qualtrics connections ) are followed fairly strictly from the survey developers and information hosting websites.

After running through the survey Jagex definitely appears to be operating solo on this one. No third party firm would allow participants directly enter inside their own contact info (since it would mean they would lose your business for their client [not a nefarious thing]) and also the only part I found kinda strange was the phone number request in the conclusion. I'd have substituted that with a check box for recontacting and pipe-in the email that you could optionally have put in earlier for affirmation. I think you are fine answering this questionnaire if you have privacy concerns since basically all information is anonymous and it's using an industry-standard platform of Qualtrics. Jagex likely does not have market research ISO certifications but hey this is a quick annual survey so they wouldn't have to have any.

It is my hope that this rs 2007 gold feedback encourages the team to earn polls more targeted to the audience who actively take part in the content they're polling, or use them as an advisory tool instead of a judgment. It would be interesting if they reveal some of the outcomes of this survey. I answered the contrary, that polling is in the core of OSRS and they need to stick with it. For clarity, I also answered that polling is at the core of OSRS. The poll system enables the entire playerbase to start freeform conversation on the proposed changes/additions created to Runescape itself and it is absolutely a great way to gather feedback and people comment on something. With that said, I really don't think the present format meets the best interests of Runescape.

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