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I think a feature that allows me to view the Was this post useful to you? anonymous user feedback about my posts can be a really helpful tool.

It will allow me to know where people think I'm wrong, what kind of answers people like to read and what kind of answers people dislike, etc.

I think it can be so helpful that it should have a low reputation limit to gain the privilege.

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What about the yes/no of anonymous (drive-by?) users is more useful than the votes of registered/regular users? – Arjan Apr 23 '12 at 15:38
    
Though not quite the same for various reasons, there is this page. – Tim Stone Apr 23 '12 at 16:00
    

Until this is implemented proper, you could use the Data Explorer for this. Anonymous feedback is public information, but currently only in the data dumps.

There's already a useful query that shows anonymous feedback on all your posts, sorted by number of helpful votes: Feedback on my posts.

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That query is indeed nice. Reveals surprising facts about what worked for large, google-wielding masses and what didn't (often quite a difference to the actual votes of a post). – Jonik May 6 '12 at 18:58

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