DescriptionDiscovery - Wikipedia.org Portal Study Findings - July 2016.pdf
English: PDF - This is a document containing research findings and conclusions gathered from participants from a recent Wikipedia.org portal survey questionnaire asking 'how did you arrive at Wikipedia.org today'. Participants were also asked questions about the proposed new language by article dropdown page layout and search satisfaction.
Português: PDF - Este documento contém resultados de pesquisas e conclusões obtidas dos participantes de um questionário recente sobre o portal da Wikipedia.org, onde perguntava-se “como você foi parar na Wikipedia.org hoje?”. Os participantes também foram perguntados sobre o novo layout da página com um menu em cascata contendo os idiomas por número de artigos, bem como a satisfação com a pesquisa.
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