Feedback / experience at point-of-care scenarios or in time-sensitive scenarios?
Interested to hear how others are collecting light feedback / sentiment for application interactions where interjecting guides or collecting feedback needs to stay out of the way of the user flow. The types of scenarios where this feels applicable is for any type of application used at the point of care (physicians, EMS, emergency response, and similar).
I've seen a few applications collect a quick 1 - 5 score (with auto-submission) and then come back to those users in later interactions to collect qualitative feedback. This minimizes the time-sensitive interactions to a quant score and defers the verbatims or deeper prompts to later points where it's safe to follow-up without the distraction tax.
Any other ideas or experiences that have worked in similar scenarios?