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UX Design questions

I'm studying UX design and I had some questions regarding your experience with this forum. We are working towards exploiting the classic forum structure to create a more computer imaginative solution to this form of communication. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

1. How frequently do you come here?
2. Why do you come here?
3. Why do you stay?
4. Why do you come back?
5. How is your experience with this forum?
6. What do you value about this forum and/or experience?
7. How well does it work for you?
8. What doesn’t work for you?

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Clarification Request
You posted more than once.

Where to answer?

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Answering under this topic is fine, thank you for your time!!

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1. When I can.

2. To share possible solutions.
3. Long story. Starts way back in the days of MSN and GEnie.
4. As a moderator, I keep coming back.
5. Folk bring up good questions and I've learned what folk worry about as well as learned new tricks.
6. See answer 5.
7. Iffy. This is not an ideal forum format but what we have for reasons given in prior discussions.
8. Message marking is hit and miss. But it's been that way for over a decade.

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