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Isn't the example: "Can you tell me about the time you had a problem taking notes with an app" a leading question?
In the course Researching User Needs, Tomer explains some example interview questions. Some questions are hard to distinguish for a leading question. How can you tell effectively whether something like "Can you tell me about the time you had a problem taking notes with an app" is a leading question or not?
For me, it looks like a leading question because you are suggesting that they had a problem when in fact, they might not.
Steven Parker215,372 Points
I can see your point, but I also note that the question asks "Can you..." (the answer might be "no") and "...with an app" is very generic.
But you're getting ahead of the course. The concept of "leading questions" will be the topic of the next exercise.