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Fixing bugs or adding new features? Here’s why we think software teams should always fix bugs first—and how to get your devs on board.
Feature requests scattered across channels? Use these 3 proven strategies for tracking and managing feature requests effortlessly.
We compare 4 software options that help you collect and organise feature requests. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each option and point you in the direction of useful resources.
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Working out why a contributor has not received an email can be hard. We’ve made it easier with our new email log.
The “access list” is a new way of controlling access to your feedback board. Once enabled, only people on your access list can access your board.
User onboarding is a system that helps your customers start receiving value from your product. Your customer will never get to experience your fantastic product without the right system to get them there.
By Jane Portman
Product management relies heavily on collaboration and personal relationships within the product team, but also with customers and stakeholders across the entire organization. These relationships are often more difficult to create and maintain while working remotely.
By Audrey Nakagawa
Over the past year, workforces everywhere have largely gone remote. Today, it is looking as if this may become the norm, at least for the near future. There are certainly benefits to this. Remote workers enjoy the flexibility and lack of commute. Remote team leaders are more empowered than ever to recruit talent on a global scale. That said, some clear challenges have arisen.
By Linda Ferguson
We’d love to share your experience with all our customers. How has Feature Upvote improved your company?
We’ve given our one-click moderation a small but important improvement. Now you can choose what status is assigned to a suggestion when it is approved for voting and commenting.
Now you can change the ordering of statuses on your feedboard board to be more logical. The ordering you choose will be respected anywhere statuses are listed.
Here at Feature Upvote, this is a question that’s intrigued us for some time. Should you make your SaaS self-service? So your customers can clearly see your pricing on your website and easily try out your product for free?
These are unusual times, and many of us are now working remote. This brings its own challenges, but a good tool set can help. We’ve asked product management for their recommendations.
Your users can now access your private board using a shared URL instead of a shared password.
This is the story of how our company tracks feature requests. We share what worked, what didn’t and what we use now. We look at spreadsheets, Jira, Trello and UserVoice.
We love reading newsletters and blogs, but there’s nothing quite like belonging to a community to make you feel better about yourself and your job! There’s other people out there, like you, who can help you and who you, in turn, can help right back.
We’ve brought together a list of all the best Slack apps and integrations, as suggested by product managers. We have apps and integrations for collaboration and productivity, roadmapping and feedback, fun and friendship, and more.
In this article I look at 5 ways you can get manageable product suggestions from your team in a way that leaves you feeling calm, informed, and ready to nail that roadmap.
The pressure to release new features for your software product can be considerable, particularly considering you’re probably deploying changes to your site daily, if not hourly. However, in this article we look at what you might do instead, with better results for your company.
You told us that you wanted the option to disable your feedback board, and all suggestions on it, from being indexed by Google. You can now.
Being ambitious and aiming for fast growth are qualities usually celebrated in business circles. However, is there a downside to such a strategy, particularly in human terms? We think so.
You told us through our own feedback board that you wanted to be able to turn off moderation of comments and suggestions when you trusted contributors. We listened and got to work.
You have lots of feature requests for your product. How do you know which should be added to your roadmap? And which should be ignored? Here are some tips.
I learnt these lessons: Direct customer feedback is invaluable; don’t be afraid to pivot; strategic planning should include content; only build features with proven value.
On the shoulders of giants, we’re building Feature Upvote.