About the Help Centre
How we use your feedback
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If you've ever left feedback on the Help Centre, through 'Found what you're looking for?' at the bottom of each article, you might wonder does anything happen to the feedback you've left?
What do we do with your feedback?
The feedback is checked every day to identify changes that can be made straight away. Your feedback is also used when articles are up for review to help us identify the improvements that can be made.
How do we act on the feedback?
When you leave feedback about, for example, a broken link or information that's missing or incorrect, a member of the Help Centre team will go to the article to see what changes are needed.
Any simple changes will be made immediately. If the information on the article is no longer correct, we'll check with the information experts for that article and request the updated information. We'll also check where else the information appears in the Help Centre so that it's updated everywhere.
How you can help
We want to make sure the information provided in the Help Centre is what students are looking for. So, the more detail you can give in your feedback the better. Even if you only click Yes or No, this is helpful as we can look at how many positive or negative responses each article gets. Articles that get mainly negative responses are then reviewed to see what can be done to improve them.