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Re: The Return of the Player Performance Survey
Posted by: DOK
Date: 04/09/2017 14:26
Well, it's a very good point and one I flip flopped over. I think last time we used something like awful, poor, average, good, excellent and people would argue over the exact meanings. I thought if I didn't name what a 1,2 or 3 was then people would kind of pick their own values. But looking at your suggestions G-Quin they seem eminently sensible. I'll add them to the form.

I am certainly not going to add a DOR question, I'm not in the business of pouring petrol on flames. smiling smiley I might include one of "Game Management", I guess that would cover it. Good thinking. Will do that next time (If I change it now only people voting from now on will get to use it).

On the no-opinion option I could make that a separate option or I could just remove the requirement for entering something for every player. It might make calculating averages more interesting, but would do the job. I had thought just entering "3" would solve it, but I see actually that's a kind of positive vote when you don't mean that.

If you have a query on whether your form worked or not, make a note of the time and PM/Email me. It doesn't matter too much if you enter the same form twice a few minutes apart, I'll pick that up and just delete one of them.

Glad there seems to be a positive feeling about this. When we did it before, people seemed to find the results interesting. (And they seemed pretty accurate too).

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