Tuesday, January 27, 2009

uservoice


Who knows best about what's good and bad about the present and potential future of mathskool.com? You, the users!

That's why I just added a link from the top of the mathskool.com headers to our own uservoice page. This is a very nice user feedback system for collecting and discussing ideas and bug reports. Every time you have an idea, type it into uservoice, and they automatically search for similar ideas. This way you avoid duplicate ideas, and you can vote in the main thread representing your idea. As the mathskool web builder, I can also provide plenty of feedback on these ideas - marking things as planned, started, completed, or not going to implement in some cases. It's a nice interface, and I'm glad I can give users a very friendly way to express their thoughts on the site.

1 Comments:

Blogger Kevin said...

Bill Gates on how to improve teachers in the United States. 8:00 mark.

http://www.ted.com/talks/bill_gates_unplugged.html

February 6, 2009 10:28 AM  

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