What can make Enotes better in your opinion.eNotes is a great site and its population is increasing every day. What modifications or changes could be made?

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I think that enotes is pretty user-friendly, but sometimes the search functions get a little cumbersome.  For example, if I want to find a group I type the title and the word group and then sift through the responses until I find the group.  I wish the groups were easier to locate.  This would also make it easier for question askers to find the right group.

I also wish editors could edit their answers after they are posted, like in discussion posts.

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We should be asking you that question, since you are our customer, and while we work for eNotes, you are the one that uses the service.  I think the site is very user friendly and has amassed a huge amount of great, complete, accurate and student-centered material.

I would like to see a section dedicated to help preparing students for AP Exams, or online seminars that students could buy, where the teacher and a small group of students were online together live for reviews, Q and A, and writing help.

ik9744's profile pic

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To be honest, there isn't anything really to change about Enotes.

acompanioninthetardis's profile pic

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I realized i did not answer your question correctly Sorry in short I would not change anything. I love it the way it is

acompanioninthetardis's profile pic

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In my opinion it is amazing I love enotes so much. I feel like im actually really helping people out and making a difference.

ali001's profile pic

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We should be asking you that question, since you are our customer, and while we work for eNotes, you are the one that uses the service.  I think the site is very user friendly and has amassed a huge amount of great, complete, accurate and student-centered material.

I would like to see a section dedicated to help preparing students for AP Exams, or online seminars that students could buy, where the teacher and a small group of students were online together live for reviews, Q and A, and writing help.

SO TRUE!

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