I don’t think this thread is appropriate to focus on what changes farmers would like to see. Maybe it would be better to start a new thread.
Saying that, IMO you face two issues. First is your poos size / growth. At this point you are at ~3TB and not really growing too much. Also, on your website there are four people listed behind this project. If you will not address the growth problem, I doubt you will be able to make it. As you have already noticed, to some people 1% fee is a problem. As much as I understand that you need to be paid, my take is that having that fee in your stage is a mistake.
Of course, the second is what you have on your website.
It has been a while since I left your pool. Although, just checking your leaderboard, I looked at Eda CZ. It is a small farm (~130TB); however, that farm has about 20% failed partials. In three places you point to those failed partials, but in neither one you provide a link how to address that. Just on that farmer, you lost ~26TB of plots. Doesn’t it bother you?
Looking at the tables you have there, I don’t understand why you think that YOU know how many rows needs to be there. Usually, there should be an option for the end user to specify such number(s). Also, having any table, the obvious thing is to provide CSV downloads, and that is missing as well.
I would also like to see to specify how my payouts are being made, not just by amount, but also by value (e.g., once a day/week/month, if some minimum is met). The fact that you can pay now on per each block rate potentially only works for you because your pool is still small.
As far as charts, you only have one, and again YOU are the authority to specify the timeline. I would like to see not just the last 24h, but potentially the last month, or everything that I did since joining your pool.
Again, I am not using your pool, so sorry but that is just a quick glance at what you have there. Also, I personally don’t like Discord. I posted something on your github Issues page (while being with your pool), and it was marked as "enhancement’ some time ago, but nothing has been done about it. So, one thing is asking for feedback, another reacting to it. Maybe a good start would be to address those issues there (github)?