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As your examples show, quick-reply boxes for either email and twitter can shorten the amount of content. So I could go the other way around. Have it in a separated window/page, show a preview of the typed text, include formatting options (markdown), and perhaps have a last step where the user press the Send button and is redirected to a Review page. If ...


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The importance of those numbers is directly related to Social Proof. It validates the quality and relevance of the content by showing other people's interest in it. Quoting Smashing Mag: This principle tells us that we like to observe other people’s behaviour to judge what’s normal, and then we copy it. This article talks about this and other ...


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tl;dr 3 positive options, 1 neutral and 1 negative, and that makes 5 in total to strike a balance. The choice of labels and emoji/smiley should target the least negative emotion and the least positive emotion; because you have to cross the minimum threshold to be in the extreme/maximum. If you are fishing for data then this is the best option. Also emotions ...


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I'd add annoyed and bored. Happiness sounds like a consequence of being excited or amused and indifferent could just be no vote but if you want to keep it neutral you can use something like: Excited - Amused - Indifferent - Bored - Annoyed


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Bias toward positive emotions 3 of the 5 are positive emotions: Happy, Excited, Amused 1 of 5 is nuetral emotions: Indifferent 1 of 5 is negative emotions: Angry You're setting up your ratings for a positive bias from the get go. Terminology Not everyone that doesn't like the content of an article is angry. What if the content is just poorly written, ...



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