Can we get official stats publish and how does Niantic intend to improve these numbers?

It would be nice if Niantic could publish some official stats.

Here is some that I would like to see:

How long on average does it take for a nomination to reach a decision?

How many reviewers on average per week?

In a year, how many nominations gets accepted and rejected?

With these questions, how does Niantic intend to improve these numbers?

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  • Aquablast64-PGOAquablast64-PGO Posts: 240 ✭✭✭✭

    If anyone have any other official stats that they would like to see, please feel free to comment them. I only posted the ones that I could think of on the top of my head.

  • MargariteDVille-INGMargariteDVille-ING Posts: 2,764 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Niantic publishes how many new waypoints were created in a year - in marketing. It would be nice to have something aimed at us.

    I'd love stats on appeals. After a couple months of reviewing, a Niantic rep said resolutions were 50/50 accept/reject. Has that kept up?

    Also, how many appeals from which years? I think it would be a GREAT way to get people back, who quit Wayfarering because of all the pointless rejects. But, to my knowledge, Niantic didn't reach out to former nominators, explaining that they can appeal one per month. (Actually I don't know how Niantic gets/keeps reviewers.)

    How many people review? When do the numbers (of reviewers and reviews) pick up and drop off? How many reviews does the average active reviewer do? Is anyone with Niantic looking at these numbers, trying to improve them?

  • Plantgems-PGOPlantgems-PGO Posts: 18 ✭✭✭

    Yeah, they did publish the number of new explorers, wayspots approved, edits approved, and wayspots reports approved, but it did not include the numbers of rejections/duplications so we cannot really get a good idea of how many decisions were made. I think expanding on it with the rejections/duplications would give us a better idea in a year how many decisions were truly made.

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