How to know WHICH QUESTIONS WERE GENERATED by NGL app? Sent with ❤️ from team NGL
So how to see which questions were generated by NGL app? As you probably have heard, NGL app were forced to acknowledge that they are sending fake questions.
These days it is becoming really hard to differentiate which questions are from human and which questions are from some bot because artificial intelligence algorithm is becoming so good that it's indistinguishable.
Basically, now I really like it that NGL app now includes this text in the bottom which just says, "Sent with love from team NGL."
How to know which questions are fake in NGL app?
You need to follow these steps to know if NGL message is automated.
- go to gear icon - in the top right.
- tap on Settings
- you see this: "NGL love messages: on".
You need to have this setting on and then NGL app will highlight messages sent from them (fake messages).
If you have NGL love messages: off - NGL won't be sending you fake messages. At least they claim that.
Here is how you can know which messages are fake in NGL app - you see this message: "sent with ❤️ from team NGL".
What are NGL Love messages?
NGL periodically sends questions and messages to brighten your day. You can disable these at any time.
Basically, these are fake messages from NGL. And here you can disable them.
Is there a NGL bot questions list?
There is a rumor that you can have a full list of fake messages on NGL. There are few threads on Reddit about it.
But, because now you have this setting in NGL - all bot messages are highlighted anyway, so you don't need to check all bot questions through the list.
At the moment, I don't know a way to see all bot messages in NGL. And probably, if you would have such a list - AI would quickly change it and create a new one.
However, of course, there is a possibility that NGL app might still lie and still send fake messages, pushing you to upgrade.
Does NGL send bot questions?
Yes, it does.
NGL app clearly acknowledged that. And all bot questions are labeled.
You can see bot questions by small text in the bottom: "sent with ❤️ from team NGL".
This is a common practice for many anonymous voting/chatting apps. For example, sendit - NGL competitor - also acknowledged sending fake messages.
Many other apps in this category also sending fake/bot messages - they just never disclose it. As it is a viral growth tool, generating a lot of $$$.
By this way, they just acknowledge that, for example, this message was sent by bot, not by a friend or some colleague. You don't need to guess and obsess who sent this kind of message, because some of the messages can be really personal. Then you really try to figure out, you try to upgrade and all of that to figure out who from your friend sent this. What was the exact meaning? Why did he or she sent this? And stuff like that.
Now at least you have an idea; another message also, you see in the bottom that it's from the bot. But this message, for example, doesn't have this. This message says who sent this button. Now you can see that this message wasn't sent by bot. But still, we don't know how much honest is NGL app and is it really opening up about all messages they send or just some of them?
Maybe they're just including this text in 50% of the messages and other 50% are still generated, but they just don't tell us. I don't know. What do you guys think about it? Because obviously, they still need to generate revenue and push you to subscribe. Here, for example, someone wrote, "I really like you." A lot of people can obsess about it and figure out who of their 50 friends sent this, and then just upgrade to pro and stuff like that.
But why NGL app does include these auto-generated questions? Obviously, because some people don't get any messages at all, you need to boost engagement, you need to bring new users. Even if it's generated, you can still reply to it on Instagram and boost your activity and get more people reply.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!