Using incentives to motivate human behavior is very effective, but poorly designed incentives often lead to worse behavior. For example, the common technique of requiring a certain number of characters of feedback in an online feedback form is more likely to lead to feedback padded with spaces than higher quality responses. With Dilrukshi Gamage, Thejan Rajapakshe, Haritha Thilakarathne, Indika Perera, and Shantha Fernando, we explored how aligning the incentives for peer feedback in online learning helps improve the perceived quality and length of the feedback L@Sā€™17.