As a Roblox developer, it is currently too hard to get reliable feedback from polls, as I can never figure out why the majority thinks a certain way about a creation or idea I have whenever I request for feedback. People will always vote on the polls, but they will just vote and never respond. It’s extremely annoying, as I can never get reliable feedback on how to improve my work.
If Roblox is able to address this issue, it would improve my experience using the forum because I would then be able to get reliable feedback from user’s who vote on my polls.
And if this doesn’t happen to you, here is a good example of this happening to me.
Here’s a 6:1 Vote-Comment ratio that I got from asking for feedback. Mostly negative, and it seems that only one person replied out of anything else, and the reply aint even feedback. This is incredibly frustrating, as I can’t even get actual feedback at a place that’s supposed to be used for developers to get feedback.
If you’re thinking about it this way, I’m not really sure what to tell you. It’s very clear that I want people to comment detailed opinions and reasons on why they would give me a good or bad rating. And also, there’s a reporting feature for a reason. If you want to be a lazy person [Not talking about you specifically] then instead just don’t even bother with the post if you don’t want to put any effort into making a comment on a post asking for feedback.
Once again, the polls are used for collecting feedback, but I want to not only use the poll for ratings, but I want and need feedback to actually make x thing better. Use should use ratings and feedback to get an overall score and basis on what everyone thinks about x creation.
If you didn’t see my example at the top, I only got one comment, and 7 reviews, and the comment didn’t even give me a detailed opinion on why they think that my creation was bad, and the other 6 didn’t even make a comment, so how do you think I’m supposed to know why people rated my creation poorly on average?
And can you also explain how this relates to anything? And sorry if I’m sounding critical, but I’m genuinely confused…