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@aarlosf- We totally hear you on this one. In the past we had some functionality like what you're suggesting but we felt it could be much improved. Alongside brainstorming how to do this we always have to keep in mind privacy controls and the site's terms of service. Our second try didn't work out as well as we had hoped so we have gone back to square 1. If you've got specific ideas feel free to post them here in the Forums.
Posted at: 11:04AM on Sept. 7, 2010. [ permalink ]
People who answered all THAY questions are not able to play the facebook predictor game (unless they uncouple their account from hunch but that would be a hassle).
This blow could be softened by implementing the predictor game on the Hunch site when answering fresh THAY questions. Thus with every new question showing the prediction.
Posted at: 4:38AM on Sept. 13, 2010. [ permalink ]
I would like a place where I could find LIVE statistics on, for example, how many people said theyre pcs vs macs. I saw the report, but the statistics change. I could go back and find out, but im so much of a PC that it would be a disgrace to click mac or neither. so basically i want live THAY answers
Posted at: 1:01AM on Sept. 21, 2010. [ permalink ]
It's great to see related results when a result is shown, but I'd also like to see
cross-topic related results.
So e.g. in the blog topic, not only show related blogs, but also other related results from other topics. It'd certainly promote exploring and maybe reveal hidden and unexpected relationships.
Posted at: 3:25PM on Sept. 30, 2010. [ permalink ]
@ictus: when we have enough data, we do show cross-correlated results in other topics (see for example the results which are correlated with the magazine Sports Illustrated. Many are magazines, but there are a lot of other topics represented as well hunch.com/explore/result-correlations/5498/).
It's just that it takes a LOT of data points to get this to happen, since it involves EACH of the correlated topics, someone has to be have rated its results. So these type of <topic A result> --> <topic X result> correlations will continue to improve as more and more people use Hunch.
Updated at: 4:35PM on Sept. 30, 2010. [ permalink ]