How About Your Survey Questions Have More Scientifically Ethical/Product Related Significance
I was just prompted here by a survey as to whether or not I "loved" OneNote or "not really." What kind of question is that? Baited is what that was.
If you want to find scientific relavance, do a survey. If you want to find out if customers really "love" OneDrive, then don't ask baited questions. To do so in the way that my survey was phrased, asks the question if some executive above the person or the team who asked for the survey in the first place is either really feeling themselves or they/he/she does not have the first inclination about what product innovation is, what serious discipline around innovation means or what it means not to waste the boss's money asking the wrong surve question often and frequently across many platforms or products.
To answer the question... ***** please! "Love" is so strong you should not use it for an electronic product until early adopters and consumers alike, use your product like they call a copy of a document a "Xerox." This happens well before you know it. Recall the first time you suggested to someone to "Google it."
I am upset that I expected more form Microsoft's development team. Forgivness is given for wanting to try new things along the lines of creativity. The thing is that you cannot afford to appear to be ethically/scientifically/intellectually corrupt whilst doing so.
I would like to help and doing so, I certainly don't want offend, but this is business. The boss and his wife's abilty to help other's unlike themselves through their foundation dependeds upon it.