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Note: post feedback page has been removed and will no longer be available

Anonymous user feedback method was added quite some time back. In addition to this, 10k users can look at the summarized data as well as the feedback categorized as underrated, overrated and so on.

Anon Feedback

However, there's no way to search through this data, neither is there a way to pull data on a particular question.

I believe the ability to pull up anon. feedback on specific questions would be highly useful - especially on (old) posts which have very high views.

An option to pull up this data would be by means of adding an option to the Mod menu available under every post.

Since the post feedback option is also visible to 10k users, it would make sense if the ability to pull up specific question post feedback was also available to 10k users.

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maybe this is a 20k feature? or higher? – jcolebrand Dec 21 '11 at 18:42
Most sites only have a couple of 20k users, so that would limit its usefulness on anything but the trilogy – Ivo Flipse Dec 21 '11 at 18:45
The tricky thing is that most posts have 0 feedback, if you constantly need to drill down its a problem. perhaps we need a way to display it on the question / answer if it is there – waffles Jan 6 '12 at 1:43

According to the answers at Who gets the "Was this post useful to you?" feedback?, this request is .

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actually, no. I've seen those pages, they show which question has got highest/lowest feedback. I can't pull up feedback on each post on demand, neither can I search them – Sathya Mar 15 '12 at 17:56
Yeah, but things have been marked completed for less. – Pops Mar 15 '12 at 17:58

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