What’s your ETA?
Do you have high elf esteem? Or are you on a troll roll? Just input your Twitter @username or the email address associated with your Facebook account (or both!), and the Elf-Troll Analysis will review up to 50 of your most recent posts and give you your ETA. You can also check posts that you’re contemplating to see how they rate.
ETA uses IBM Watson to analyze sentiment and emotion, not whether you’re a good person, so a troll‑y result doesn’t mean that you’re bad—it just means that your recent tone has been more negative than positive.
Learn more about IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding.
Well done! Keep up the cheerful work, and post away.
Uh oh, you’re in troll territory! Rethink that one and try again.
Invite your friends to get their ETA, too.
Don’t be shy. Share your results,
and encourage others to check their ETA!
Even a small donation can have a big impact.
@username, you’re XX% Troll‑y.
You go @username! You’re XX% Elf‑y.
ETA uses IBM Watson to analyze sentiment and emotion. It is not an indicator of whether or not you’re a good person. So any amount of troll-iness doesn’t mean that your messages were bad—it just means that the tone of those messages was more negative than positive. Learn more about IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding.
An analysis of up to 10 of
your most recent Tweetsposts
Did you know…?
Brace yourself… These are your 3 most troll‑y tweetsposts.
Did you know…?
That was fun, wasn’t it?
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