Collaboration/Flow satisfaction survey

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Although Flow per se is not scheduled for major development in the near term, the Collaboration Team remains interested in the project and in providing an improved system for structured discussions. To make decisions about the way forward in this area, this survey has been proposed between the 6th and the 21th of September 2016.

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That survey is based on all community feedback we received.

On that survey, we will compare the classical discussions workflows and Flow to see which system is preferred by users for editing, reading, notifying, watching, etc. Users can comment any Flow functionality. Then, some improvements based on previous community feedback, will be suggested: Searching capability, filtering or categorizing topics, ability to move topics, view all Flow activity at once on a single page or better support for checking the history of a conversation. That will allow the Collaboration team to define a strategy for next steps.

Announcements and links to that survey will be sent to all Wikimedia Foundation's wikis which use Flow, targeting Flow boards. Anyone can answer that survey. We plan to send that survey between the 6th and the 20th of September 2016.

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583 answers have been recorded.