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Any objections against asking for feedback when user quitequits the app by pressing hardware back button

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Asking Any objections against asking for feedback onwhen user quite the app exitby pressing hardware back button

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I'm designing the ways to ask users to provide some feedback on the app. We choose to embed polite "Would you mind giving some feedback? [yes/no]" directly into users' content and will test sticky in-app notification as well. But I also want to give a voice option to those who chose to leave the application (in accordance with Exit,_Voice,_and_Loyalty theory by Albert O. Hirschman).

DesignAs a an additional way to get few more replies I'm considering to implement is depictednavigate user to standalone page (see screen from the right below) in cases when user taps Androids hardware back button when current view is the only view in navigation queue. In other works instead on exiting from app user will land to the Feedback request screen.

feedback request on back button tap

I'm interested in hearing ideas and objections on this design. How bad is an idea to basically ask for exit confirmation with this utilitarian twist?

I'm designing the ways to ask users to provide some feedback on the app. We choose to embed polite "Would you mind giving some feedback? [yes/no]" directly into users' content and will test sticky in-app notification as well. But I also want to give a voice option to those who chose to leave the application (in accordance with Exit,_Voice,_and_Loyalty theory by Albert O. Hirschman).

Design I'm considering to implement is depicted below.

feedback request on back button tap

I'm interested in hearing ideas and objections on this design. How bad is an idea to basically ask for exit confirmation with this utilitarian twist?

I'm designing the ways to ask users to provide some feedback on the app. We choose to embed polite "Would you mind giving some feedback? [yes/no]" directly into users' content and will test sticky in-app notification as well. But I also want to give a voice option to those who chose to leave the application (in accordance with Exit,_Voice,_and_Loyalty theory by Albert O. Hirschman).

As a an additional way to get few more replies I'm considering to navigate user to standalone page (see screen from the right below) in cases when user taps Androids hardware back button when current view is the only view in navigation queue. In other works instead on exiting from app user will land to the Feedback request screen.

feedback request on back button tap

I'm interested in hearing ideas and objections on this design. How bad is an idea to basically ask for exit confirmation with this utilitarian twist?

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