Recruiting survey for My Cloud

Hello My Cloud NAS users,

We appreciate that you have chosen to use WD My Cloud. We would like to understand how you use your My Cloud device so that we can improve your product experience and hope you will join us in shaping the future of My Cloud.

We are seeking volunteers in the United States to talk about their product experience through a one-hour online interview. We will review your comments and feedback to potentially improve or create new products and services.

If you are interested, please fill in the survey below before March 15th. If selected, we will contact you to schedule the one-hour online interview. To protect your privacy, any feedback you share with us about your product experience will not be linked to your contact information and will not be sold to any third parties.

If you successfully complete the one-hour online interview, you will receive a gift card* as a token of our appreciation. *Gift card terms and conditions may apply. Gift card value and determination of your eligibility for such gift card is at Western Digital’s sole and absolute discretion.

WD My Cloud is a registered trademark or trademark of Western Digital Corporation or its affiliates in the US and/or other countries. All other marks are property of their respective owners.

To access the survey, please visit here.

The My Cloud team

It offered the choice of not sharing screen and recording.

We are doing both. Different methods have different pros and cons. Thank you.

Since I‘m not in the US, my opinion doesn‘t count!

Yes, I feel the same… The only reason I can think of is that WD believe that they will get more than enough feedback from US customers alone and that they don’t have to think much about language and time zones issues… I live in Sweden but I have lots of thoughts however and would really appreciate if a similar survey, open for other countries as well. Some time soon maybe…

scb99, opinions of those in the US don’t really matter either… I have voiced plenty and they have never listened. They probably chose US for legal reasons. To make things easier on them; that is what they really care about. :confused: