Tool15: Feedback Starter-Kit

The Feedback Starter-Kit responds to key questions and provides the most important tips for setting up and running a simple feedback mechanism. At the end of this document there is an overview of the templates needed to plan the mechanism and collect, the answer, analyze, and share community feedback data. These templates contain the necessary basic elements to implement and run a feedback mechanism.

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