Étiquette : choice architecture

“At YouTube, we strive to be a place where creators of all sizes and backgrounds can find and share their voice. To ensure that YouTube promotes respectful interactions between viewers and creators, we introduced several features and policies to improve their experience. And earlier this year, we experimented with the dislike button to see whether or not changes could help better protect our creators from harassment, and reduce dislike attacks — where people work to drive up the number of dislikes on a creator’s videos.
As part of this experiment, viewers could still see and use the dislike button. But because the count was not visible to them, we found that they were less likely to target a video’s dislike button to drive up the count. In short, our experiment data showed a reduction in dislike attacking behavior.
We also heard directly from smaller creators and those just getting started that they are unfairly targeted by this behavior — and our experiment confirmed that this does occur at a higher proportion on smaller channels.
Based on what we learned, we’re making the dislike counts private across YouTube, but the dislike button is not going away. This change will start gradually rolling out today.”

Source : An update to dislikes on YouTube

Twitter is testing emoji reactions for tweets

“Emoji reactions have been available for years on other services like Facebook, as well as on Twitter itself within direct messages. But what’s interesting about Twitter’s emoji choices for its latest test is that none of them are especially negative. There’s no “Angry face” like you’ll find on Facebook, or “Thumbs down” like in Twitter’s direct message emoji reactions.Twitter explains that it decided against choosing these negative emoji because people it surveyed said “they were concerned about receiving negative reactions to some of their thoughts.” A valid concern given how toxic many conversations on Twitter can be.”

Source : Twitter is testing emoji reactions for tweets – The Verge

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“WhatsApp affiche une icône spéciale sur les messages transférés de nombreuses fois qui sont partagés dans les discussions. Cette icône à deux flèches indique aux utilisateurs qu’ils reçoivent un message qui n’a pas été composé par un contact proche.
Aujourd’hui, nous proposons une fonctionnalité pratique pour vérifier le contenu de ces messages.”

Source : WhatsApp

«À partir d’aujourd’hui, la page de chaque jeu contiendra un histogramme du rapport entre les évaluations positives et négatives sur toute la durée d’existence du jeu, et en cliquant sur n’importe quelle partie de l’histogramme vous pourrez lire un échantillon des évaluations correspondant à cet intervalle de temps. En tant qu’acheteur potentiel, il vous est maintenant facile de localiser des distorsions temporaires dans les évaluations, de chercher pourquoi ces distorsions se sont produites et de décider vous-même si vous voulez en tenir compte. Cette approche présente l’avantage de ne jamais empêcher quiconque de publier une évaluation, mais demande un peu plus d’effort de la part des acheteurs potentiels».

Source : Communauté Steam :: Annonces du groupe :: Steam Blog

“We got away from this carrier-dominated Soviet model,” he explained – before the App Store, the carriers were responsible for figuring out what software would run on their phones. “Other people decided on our behalf what was a good game and what was a bad game,” Vesterbacka said.

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