It’s difficult to get feedback from friends, colleagues, and loved ones. Feedback itself can be scary – it’s generally difficult to hear honest, honest criticism of something we (or ourselves) have done, especially if the people on the other end are bad at giving it. It shouldn’t feel offensive. it should feel supportive.

Step one, however, is to get this feedback first, and simply emailing your friends or co-workers is probably not the best way to do it, especially if you are concerned that they will not help you for fear of hurting you honest picture convey feelings.

To solve this, visit the website Tusk, Abbreviation for “Thought You Should Know”. It’s a free way to make a quick, temporary website that you can use to get feedback from other people. You enter a name – technically a subdomain – and provide a description for the feedback you want to receive.

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Once you give other people the link to your custom domain, they’ll see the same little feedback form. If you use it to offer constructive criticism, everything you share is completely anonymous – no IPs, emails, or names are logged. Of course, the specific feedback they give may not be anonymous if they mention details that only a small group of people or one person might know. However, technically nothing that is sent to this little feedback site is tracked.

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Illustration for article titled Getting Anonymous Feedback About Anything With TuskScreenshot: David Murphy

Those you share the page with have three days to provide feedback on when you started them. Then the criticism is over. You should review your feedback on this third day as soon as the website disappears. that’s it::

Whatever you see in your browser, everything that is stored in the database is nothing more. After 3 days, all data for the domain (domain name, description, feedback contributions) will be deleted forever.

Plus, anyone who gives feedback can read everyone else’s. This will either help bring back memories of those who ask for their opinion, or it will create a huge, merciless heap of fun. Hopefully you will experience the former. And yes, that is a live link. Have fun with the Merciless for the next few days. I probably won’t check; I’ve only read Kinja comments.