If you love to give feedback, but you never seek feedback, you’re toxic.
I wonder if it is better to get extreme feedback as it prevents you from making excuses?
I remember Alice Keeler explaining how Google triage the feedback results in order to identify aspects to improve. I know where to go to find just the new Sites, where though do I actually post feedback though, such as the inability to filter Drive by new Sites, inability to copy or deploy Sites as templates and option to use Google Apps Scripts.
Of course it is in the bottom left-hand corner:
Thanks Jay Atwood
One of my big takeaways from Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well is the fact that we often have multiple issues present in any feedback conversation that confuse, disorient and lead to conflict. When this occurs we need to be explicit and signpost that this is the case with a statement like, “I think that there are two topics here. Let’s discuss each topic fully, but separately, as both are important. Ok. Let’s loop back to the start and start with the first topic.”