BugHerd can be called a website feedback tool that will make website testing easier for everyone from the expert QA testers to non-technical stakeholders. This BugHerd knows how to easily mark up websites by pinning feedback pages. All feedback and bugs will be turned into tasks and stored in one central place for easy management. This Bugherd has grown into a leading website feedback tool that will be loved globally by teams for the ease and collaboration that will bring to website projects.
Who is BugHerd for?
Digital agencies who do the marketing and website form projects that love how easy Bugherd makes it to know the feedback from clients. They like simplicity, being able to get the client feedback with all the technical information that they need to solve issues that are pinned directly to the webpage which was reported on. Bugherd will make it very simple to handle big volumes of feedback from the website that is being tested. Bugherd will make it simpler to handle big volumes of feedback, without having to trawl through spreadsheets or may send multiple clarifying emails.
This Bugherd provides benefits to each team member as:
QA leads and testers- This Bugherd reports bugs and problems without leaving the website which is tested specially for QA people. We don’t want to shuffle between the testing software and reporting software. Bugherd will handle it all in one location when we are looking at the website.
Project Managers- The Bugherd for PMs will make easy triaging issues and also helps to avoid duplication by reducing the volume of feedback to sort through. It also helps make the liaison between the developers and clients easier.
For Developers- This software developer always like that Bugherd will provide all the technical detail that they want to solve the issue. So they don’t contact the client for clarification.
For designers- Bugherd will help with the development process and bug checking for new websites. Designers will collect design feedback that will ensure pixel-perfect websites.
Clients and Stakeholders- Bugherd makes providing visual website feedback easy, it’s simply a case of point and clicks to create a new note.
The challenges Bugherd helps to face are:
- It decreases the timing of writing up bugs and feedback- This Bugherd will refer to the top of the website making it very simple to pin the feedback to the webpage. It does not need to switch to another program to record feedback and bugs to capture screenshots. The customizable task board is a kanban-style board that will help to track the progress of the task that may be allocated to team members.
- This non-actionable feedback needs to follow up This Bugherd will catch the technical details we need like browser, operating system, and screen resolution, removing the need for follow-ups to solve bugs and action feedback. Bugherd will hold a screenshot when it is pinning feedback and permits video capture, which will be perfect for feedback on animations that are not working or maybe many interactions.
- Unconsolidated feedback/email chains of information UAT- Bugherd makes it easy to know track issues that are raised and solved by capturing all bugs and feedback on the task board. We may allow stakeholders to see that feedback left by other stakeholders will be helping to reduce the number of duplicate issues.
BugHerd Features are
- In-page Feedback
When we add a transparent layer on top of our website, Bugherd will make it easy to provide feedback. Just the selection of location and a task. A pin marks the location of feedback making it very easy for team members to access the feedback straight from the webpage at any time. Feedback will be captured along with the technical information to help replicate and fix any bugs or issues.
- Task board
Keeping the team informed of what needs to be done will be easy with the task board in Bugherd. All feedback is collected and collated so no bugs or issues are issues that are missed and team members know what’s been fixed and what still needs to be done. We can allocate tasks to team members, comment on task clarification and view the information required to fix any potential bugs, such as the operating system.
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