Anonymous Feedback Apps – Are they any good for us?

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Around the mid of April this year, Internet market was introduced with a social app which allowed users to give anonymous feedbacks to other users on their consent. The tool, Sayat.me came with quite of an interesting concept and still stands at Rank #17,578 globally on Alex Ranks, estimated hit the website receives to around 1,200 a day after 4 months of its launch as per worthofweb.com, a website-analyzing website. Now recently another social application, sarahah, got launched with somewhat around the same idea of anonymous feedback and as per the worthofweb.com gets an estimated hit of 40,000 a day. And even if we ignore the number these kinds of apps do get trendy faster than other stuffs on internet which is certainly natural. But on a personal request let’s just see what impact these kinds of apps create on internet community.

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Anonymous Feedback Apps Like Sarahah – Are The Any Good For Us?

These apps, they give you a platform to anonymously share your thoughts and opinions about others and it all sounds so cool and interesting but what we forget to look at is the other side of the coin. The intention is absolutely beautiful but if the idea doesn’t gets its perfect shape, it’s totally vain and that is must to understand here. However, the founder of Sarahah Mr. Zainalabdin Tawfiq has said that app may reveal the names of users who will use it for the purpose of bullying, if needed, and the team has a lot more in their plans to offer the users. All of which sounds pretty good so far but there are certain disturbing factors, some of which may not seem destructive from their first display but at the core they are of a greater damage, the damages to the values, to the making of a being. Dalai Lama once said, “The planet doesn’t need more successful people. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds.” and no matter how philosophical or impractical it may sound but the deepest needed fact is only this.

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And why did I, amidst all the facts about social apps, started talking philosophical; there is a reason, cause apps like these are giving platforms to the people who take pride in, and enjoy bullying others whereas indeed they need guidance for treating people well. These apps give a sick perverted mind a place to throw out all the lousy-disgusting shit of his ill developed brain, whose brain by the way is so badly shaped that he looks at every girl like a sex tool .

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Now quickly coming to the other side where it appears to be working well, honest acknowledgement and feedbacks are the things which can act as an encouraging element for everyone provided the feedback must be of some value and not just some illusive materialistic descriptions; which otherwise is of no harm rather may give you another opportunity to celebrate your temporal qualities but psychologically it gives you a totally untrue image of your real self causing you to lead a life or some portion of it, if not the whole, with a completely imaginary self. And that again may not look like a serious issue but I don’t find any felicity in just living a life where at the last day of it I don’t even know myself, let alone the reality of existence and the world. And that shit hurts. And if you don’t believe, go and read the last words of the most successful peoples of the world then you may realize.  #MayYouGetWhatIDoMeanToTell

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