I've thought about running some polls/surveys on our Twitter account.
They're a good way to engage with followers and get feedback. On the
other hand, we need to be careful about the polls we run -- for
instance, we shouldn't do polls about features people may want, if we
have no plans/resources to implement them.
So I have a few ideas:
* Where do you use LibreOffice? (Home, work, both)
* What component of LibreOffice do you use most? (Writer, Calc etc.)
* For how long have you been using LibreOffice?
What do you think? Any other suggestions, or anything we should avoid?
Mike Saunders, Marketing & PR
The Document Foundation
Le 20-05-14 à 05 h 09, Mike Saunders a écrit :
> On 13/05/2020 16:51, Mike Saunders wrote:
>> https://twitter.com/libreoffice/status/1260582932319698949 > So we've had 806 votes so far, and a few comments about the format of
> the poll -- usually from people who don't know the limitations of
> Twitter polls (no multiple choice, maximum four options).
> It's not super-scientific research, but worth doing nonetheless, I think!
This is wonderful! It builds on community where people answering now
know that they are not islands onto themselves. You should do occasional
polls like this just to shake things up and show LibreOffice outsiders
(those who use MSO) that there is another serious option out there and
people are actually using it for specific and valid reasons.
Perhaps do polls that are less generic, but more specific such as,
something like, "Do you use LibreOffice in education using extensions
such as Zotero for building bibliography?" or "Do you use LibreOffice
Calc for large-scale calculations for your business?" etc. This would
help with connecting people who have a common purpose in using
LibreOffice and actually give them a face/name on Twitter to contact ...
and create "buzz" around LibreOffice usage.