What Kinds Of Articles Would You Like To See More Of On MakeUseOf? [MakeUseOf Poll]

Last week we asked you how often you usually check your email. It seems that there are no big favorites when it comes to this topic, and all the possible results got a fair amount of votes out of the nearly 500 we received in total. So what was the exact breakdown?

Out of 461 readers who voted, 12.5% said they check their email about once or twice a day, 14% check their email on the computer, and now and then on mobile, 17% check email every chance they get, another 17% check emails when on the computer and regularly on mobile, and 32.5% check emails regularly, but only in front of the computer. 6% voted that they use some other combination, and chose to tell us about it in the comments.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

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This week’s poll question is: What Kinds Of Articles Would You Like To See More Of On MakeUseOf?

Want to make some extra MakeUseOf reward points? The most useful comment on the poll will be awarded 150 points!

This week’s poll is dedicated to your opinions regarding our content. Is there a certain kind of article you’d like to see more of? Is there a certain topic you’d like to see covered? Is there a type of article we never write and you wish we did? This is your opportunity to tell us. We’d love to hear what your favorite articles are, and what kinds should be published more often. If you don’t see your option in the poll, tell us what it is in the comments!

And of course, if there are any specifics you’d like to include, any reasons for your vote, any specific OS you think we’re not covering enough, etc., tell us all about it below.

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