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If you were to rank your interacting experience on musing on a scale from 1 to 10 how much would you give it?

I would rank it at a 3. I know it's low, but let me explain why:

Most posts on Musing a with little or no interactions at all. The only interaction I see is a question and an answer. I rarely get a "thank you" when I spend a lot of time answering a question. While the upvotes from @musing are very nice, I don't think it's too much to ask to say "thank you" to people who spend a lot of time answering the questions. 

Sometimes I also ask follow-up questions in my answer. I will try my best to explain the answer, but sometimes I need the asker to be more specific about a certain part of their question, which could then allow me to give more details about the answer. Most of the times I do this I get no replies at all. This indicates that the asker either didn't bother to respond to me (which is actually quite rude when I spent time to answer a question), or maybe didn't even read the answer at all! If the latter assumption is true, then it just means that they asked a random question in hopes of getting it upvoted (and I think there are lots of those people around here still). 

So while I do like the idea and functionality of the Musing platform, I believe that the interaction-part of the application still have miles to go before it get to a good point. So for this reason I give it a really low score right now, but I hope to be able to give it a better score in the future. 

And keep in mind that what I wrote does not apply to everyone; I have also had a few nice interactions here, but the majority are interactions are still next to non-existent. 


Musing.io is one of my favorite places in the Steem Blockchain, right now, so I would rank it a 10. 

First, I have had a lot of great interactions here. I've discovered a few interesting users who I have never encountered before and it has been fun interacting with them. Second, since using the platform, my account has experienced tremendous growth--from my Reputation, to the number of accounts following me, and my Steem Power. All of this growth, is of course, due to the very generous upvotes I have received from Musing.io. 

However, believe it or not, my favorite part of Musing.io is the amount of interesting questions I have been able to answer. Just the other day, for example, I was asked about the most addictive book I have ever read. Thinking about it, I was reminded of one of my favorite sci-fi series, The Nightside, and as a result, here I am reading that again, for the first time in 5 years. 

So, that's why I rank my Musing.io experience so highly. And I've only been here for a little over two weeks!


I had a great experience with musing. I therefore, ranks it about 8 out of 10.

Musing is very much helpful to me in number of ways. Such as:-

Sharing knowledge is always good even it increases your own knowledge.

It enables to broaden my vision. 

I can get different point of view for a single problem/ question.

It also enable me to get some earning while sharing my knowledge.

It also allows me to ask question and clear my doubts.

Lastly, I think that I’m now addicted to this platform.


I've only been here for about a day and so far I am impressed with how it seems to be growing. I would hope that more threads and topics appear soon, and I am pretty happy with it. I would rate musing.io itself a lot higher than the interaction here. 

In my brief experience here, I have spent a lot of time scrolling and bopping around trying to find questions that I actually had a valuable answer to. Half the time I was trying to decide if I could even decipher what they were asking because the grammar was so poor. And half of them were almost copy and pasted questions. But, I found a few and took a lot of time to write a response the best I could. 

From my very brief experience, I only keep mentioning that because it could differ from others' very much, and I haven't been here long, people don't even read the replies. They post non-sensical questions just trying to get a vote from musing. And then half the replies don't relate to the question at all, and seem to just be random gibberish somewhat related to something in the keywords. 

I think musing is a great platform and has a lot of potential. However, it needs a better user base. We need to be better at selecting which questions to answer and which to ask. I say "we" but realize that anyone reading this isn't part of the problem. I think it can get better.

Damn I forgot to actually rate it haha. musing.io gets a 8. Interaction here so far gets a 5