The 2011 Brickset user survey

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Take the survey now!Reposted: You still have an opportunity to participate!

As has become customary at this time of year, I'm running another user survey to find out what YOU think of the site: what you like and what you don't. It doesn't matter if you're a KFOL, TFOL, AFOL, member or non-member, I'm really interested to hear your opinion.

This year has seen some major improvements and additions to the site, many in response to your comments last year (which you can read here). Here's a reminder of the main ones:

  • Minifig galleries: I started creating these back in January and since then have added hundreds of high-quality photos of minifigs. There's some work to do to update them, and I'll be doing so over the winter.
  • Links to Eurobricks reviews, maintained by the Eurobricks Reviewers' Academy teachers.
  • Advanced Collection Manager: A much requested feature finally saw the light of day in the spring
  • Amazon Bargain Watch pages and alerts, love 'em or hate 'em!
  • Last but certainly not least, the Brickset Forum was launched.
  • Plus, many minor improvements and tweaks under the bonnet to keep the site working at its best.

So, here's your chance to influence the future of Brickset. The site thrives on user feedback so, please, complete the 2011 survey and have your say.

6 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Dang it, you deleted our comments! :(

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By in United Kingdom,

No, they are still attached to the original article.

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By in Italy,

An option I miss, is the date of beginning and ending of the presence of a product in the LegoShop@tHome. I used these data for statistical purposes.

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By in Belgium,

^ Those dates are still available, under the "Buy" tab.

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By in United States,

Question: Can we or should we do the survey multiple times? I'm just curious.

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By in Canada,

^^The recently discontinued from LEGO.shop.com should say "Recently discontinued and sold out" because that's what happens most often.

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