Tell us how you use IntelliJ IDEA
If you’ve already launched IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 you probably noticed this “green notification” asking your permission to send information to JetBrains about your IntelliJ IDEA project configuration (which frameworks are used and which are not) and feature usage statistics (e.g. how often extract method refactoring is used).
We just want to say that this information is VERY important for us and will help us concentrate our efforts exactly on the tools and technologies that you really use.
Analyzing your “productivity” statistics (Help | Productivity Guide) can help us discovering some useful but rarely used actions and refactorings and publish more posts and tutorials about them.
If you’ve originally disabled this feature, we kindly ask you to think again and, if you change your mind, you can switch it ON in IDE Settings | Usage Statistics section.
All the data sent to JetBrains is anonymous and does not contain any personal information.
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