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stacy-marie ishmael Nov 27
As someone who once product managed an interest-graph based service, I gotta say the vast majority of users are much less interested in granularity than we might think. The ones who care REALLY care, but the UI has to solve for the fact that choice fatigue is real.
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Barry Graubart Nov 27
Replying to @s_m_i
This is the challenge I always face. As a user, I want total control and would invest hours making my spotify preferences perfect. But most users just want to pick a genre and let the system work. So, I have to create for my market, not for me or other power users.
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stacy-marie ishmael
* and have a way to flag the things that don’t work for them
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Barry Graubart Nov 27
Replying to @s_m_i
Best is when apps can keep it simple, but expose more granularity for those who want it. I think it was Zite that, when you read an article and chose thumbs up or down it gave you choice to add more from this source, this author, this topic, etc. But it was unobtrusive
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