Vox has implemented Snap previews, WordPress has, Techcrunch has, jeez, do these guys have some crazy pixie dust that they throw over these bloggers? Snap previews are annoying, and yes, I’ve seen “real” users hate them Anil, don’t tell me “you’ve seen tests that prove that regular people like them”. I’m calling bullshit. I’ve been around the usability testing block a few too many times to buy the “I’ve seen tests that prove that X” argument.
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They drive me insane. The only reason I don’t just stop reading places that implement them is that at least the double-underline standard identifies them well, so I can avoid. If they every went “stealth”, I’d start doing some serious complaining. If they think that b/c I don’t disable it, I like it, they’re crazy. Disabling requires me to interact with it. Ick.
given i’m not a geek (i think), i guess i’m thus an atypical regular user, because i hate snap.
snap is very annoying and useless.