• SITE ANNOUNCEMENT: Feedback

    Asked by ColbyR on Friday, April 16, 2021

    SITE ANNOUNCEMENT: Feedback

    I wanted to say thank you to everyone that has reached out to provide feedback so far. I know there has been some uncertainly about WhatNext and some of you have reached out directly to ask questions, so I want to give some insight into what I've been told.

    As the community knows best, Greg's passing left many unanswered questions regarding WhatNext and they are still in the process of being sorted out. The site will remain up and open to members new and returning. In the upcoming months please be on the look out for enhancements to the site and community. As you may know, I'm the content manager for a website called Patient Worthy, which covers rare disease news and advocacy. We are currently in talks with some of our cancer organization partners about providing content for WhatNext.

    Please also continue to provide feedback as it is invaluable. I have been collecting your suggestions and passing them along. Thank you!

    2 Answers from the Community

    • legaljen1969's Avatar
      legaljen1969

      Thank you for the feedback Colby. We look forward to hearing from you a little more often.

      12 days ago
    • Carool's Avatar
      Carool

      Colby. I hope you’re doing well.

      As a few of us mentioned, we no longer get WN emails letting us know that someone here has responded to our comments or questions. These notices are very useful in keeping us attuned to what’s happening here. I hope you can restore this feature.

      There is a marked lessening of involvement by cancer survivors here as compared with before. Of course, Greg no longer being here is a big factor in this, as are the effects of the pandemic. None of us wants to see WhatNext wither away.

      Is there anything I or any others can do to help? I’m sincere in that offer, as I’m unemployed and have lots of time.

      Thank you.

      10 days ago

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