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Welcome to the Flow satisfaction survey!

Flow is a structured discussion tool supported by the Collaboration team. More and more communities are using Flow and many suggestions have been made for improving it. With this survey, we want to know your opinion of the tool as a Flow user and to gather suggestions for future improvements.

At the moment, there are two different kind of talk pages on wikis: the usual ones using the wikitext and the ones using Flow, with visual editing or wikitext. Examples below are in the French language; the most important thing is to identify the different structures:

  • Conversation using wikitext (reading mode):
  • Conversation using wikitext (edit mode):
  • Conversation using Flow:

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When you are ready, please click on the >> button below!

In what year did you start to contribute to any Wikimedia Project (e.g. Wikipedia, Commons, etc.)?
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
On average, how often are you involved in discussions on a Wikimedia project?
  • Never or only a few times since I’ve started to contribute
  • About once per month
  • About once per week
  • About once per day
Have you ever used the usual talk pages for articles, which require use of Wikitext?
  • Yes, like that:
On which Wikimedia project do you mainly use Flow?
Overall, which tool between Flow and Wikitext do you prefer to use for talk-page discussions on Wikimedia projects?
  • Strongly prefer Wikitext
  • Somewhat prefer Wikitext
  • Neither Wikitext nor Flow
  • Somewhat prefer Flow
  • Strongly prefer Flow
For each of the following activities, which tool do you prefer to use between Wikitext and Flow?
  • Reading talk page discussions
  • Understanding talk page discussions
  • Writing and editing in talk page discussions
  • Engaging with other users on talk pages
  • Summarizing discussions on talk pages
  • Strongly prefer Wikitext
  • Somewhat prefer Wikitext
  • Somewhat prefer Flow
  • Strongly prefer Flow
  • Not applicable
  • Reading talk page discussions
  • Understanding talk page discussions
  • Writing and editing in talk page discussions
  • Engaging with other users on talk pages
  • Summarizing discussions on talk pages
  • Wikitext
  • Flow
To what extent are the following features of Flow useful?
  • Resolving conversations
  • Editing a message in talk page discussions
  • Following the layout of Flow discussions
  • Adding a new topic or comment in talk page discussions
  • Summarizing discussions
  • Watching and receiving notifications about individual topics, rather than entire talk pages
  • Not at all useful
  • Little useful
  • Somewhat useful
  • Completely useful
  • Not applicable
In regards to engaging other users, to what extent are you satisfied with the following features of Flow?
  • Mentioning other users
  • Replying to other users
  • Thanking users
  • Access to user’s talk page or contributions
  • Very satisfied
  • Somewhat satisfied
  • Neither satisfied or unsatisfied
  • Somewhat unsatisfied
  • Very unsatisfied
  • Not applicable
What aspects of Flow discussions, if any, do you find useful?
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?
  • Writing and editing with Flow is easy and intuitive
  • The layout of Flow discussions is easy to read and understand.
  • Watching topics on Flow discussions is easy
  • Following individual topics on Flow through notifications is more useful than following an entire page
  • Flow makes discussions easier to summarize
  • Flow makes it easier to mention other participants in the discussion
  • Flow makes it easier to mark the conversation as resolved.
  • With Flow, the interactions with other users are easier than with wikitext (easier to mention, thank, respond, watch).

Answer1Strongly agree

Answer2Somewhat agree

Answer3Neither agree nor disagree

Answer4Somewhat disagree

Answer5Strongly disagree

Please share another aspect you find useful, if any:
If there are aspects of Flow you don't find useful, what are they? What improvements would you like to see?
Flow users have suggested the following actions are missing in Flow. Please rank these action by moving items, from 1 (absolute need) to 5 (don’t need).
  • It's hard to find specific topics. Searching would help.
  • It's hard to focus on a specific group of topics. Being able to filter or categorize topics would make it easy to focus on those needing your attention.
  • It's hard to manage and organize the conversation. Being able to move topics to a different page would help keeping the boards more clear.
  • It's hard to keep track different conversations that all take place on different pages. Being able to view all my Flow activity at once on a single page, with easy to read updates, would help
  • It's hard to track the evolution of a conversation. Better support for checking the history of a conversation, its changes, and clearing vandalism would be helpful.