New month, new Micro Survey.
In the second Micro Survey, we seek your feedback on the best representation for the button label to navigate to a parent page in Checkmk.
>>>Click here<<< to start the survey and share your thoughts.
We look forward to hearing your feedback. Thank you in advance for taking the time to participate in this survey.
We invite you to forward it to colleagues or other interested Checkmk users who may also like to contribute their feedback.
What are the Micro Surveys?
Micro Surveys are a series of short and frequent surveys, each covering a specific topic and aimed at continually improving the user experience. If you are interested in the results of the first Micro Survey, check out the forum post.
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The 2nd Micro Survey is now closed. We appreciate everyone who took the time to share their thoughts and insights on the use of Checkmk. Thank you for your valuable input and stay tuned for updates on our progress!
I’d like to share with you the results of the Micro survey. Our goal was to determine if the current label, which displays the name of the parent page (e.g. “Service monitoring rules”), is the best option or if there is a more appropriate label.
The results of the survey revealed that the current label is still the preferred option for the majority of participants. In fact, 53% of the participants ranked the name of the parent page as their most preferred label, and it was ranked as the best option overall. Based on these results, we decided to keep the current label for the time being.
However, we also received feedback from some participants who felt that there might be a more suitable label out there. We appreciate this feedback and will investigate further to see if there is indeed a better label we can use.
Thank you to everyone who took part in the survey. We’ll keep you updated on any further developments.
Please show us the result in the Checkmk GUI. That we see what is changing.
Nothing will change The far right button will still have the same icon and same label as before: