In our April newsletter, we asked for your feedback on our online databases, the databases that provide the data and images for your Add Automatically screen.
We created 5 surveys, one for each database, and asked you to rate a list of possible problems, choosing from “Not a problem for me”, “Could be improved” and “Yeah, this sucks!”.
We’re happy that a lot of people took the time to complete these surveys. We received 3,251 responses!
Thank you all for you help!
We have created nice bar charts of the responses we received for all 5 surveys, with orange bars for “Not a problem”, blue bars for “Could be improved” and purple bars for “Yeah, this sucks!”.
Looking at the charts below, we’re happy to see a lot of orange and only small purple areas. It seems that overall, you all are quite happy with the results of our online databases.
Read on for results in more details, for each of the five online databases.
This is Alwin, with the April edition of the Collectorz.com newsletter.
Today, I need your feedback on a key part of our cataloging software:
the online databases for movies, books, music, comics and video games.
Wanna help? Then please complete our “online database” survey.
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