Use a private ideas board to collect and qualify customer feedback by voting on behalf of customers ›
This is the default setting for Feature Upvote. Anyone who is given the URL for your ideas board can comment and upvote suggestions. This is a great option for getting as much feedback as possible from your customers and from people on a free trial.
If you just want customers to vote on existing suggestions rather than add their own, you can with permissions.
Choose your own domain name, language for your board, and customise the appearance and branding of your board, for no extra cost.
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Getting direct feedback from customers at the time they are thinking about a pain point, or a new feature is invaluable and Feature Upvote facilitates this for us easily.
The product works well, support has been fantastic, value for money is spot on, and I’m hooked. I’d be lost without my customer input from Feature Upvote. I look at it every day.
Heather Paunet, Untangle's VP of Product Management
If you prefer to track customer feedback privately then you can. Simply add feedback on behalf of customers and vote on their behalf. You can add customer names and emails to make it easy to track who has requested what. Password protect your board to keep it private.
Just choose the 'upvote on behalf of customer' option and add a customer's name and email if required. There are no restrictions on how many times you can proxy vote.
Make your board private with password protection. Then share the password with anyone in your team who can helpfully contribute.
We integrate with Slack, Jira, Zapier and Single Sign-On to make sure we fit as smoothly as possible into your existing workflow.
Through the months we were in beta, we had decided on a set of launch features. We had actively decided that some features and settings didn’t fit with how we expected people to use Sitebulb. Feature Upvote has helped us realise that we made a mistake by omitting some of these.
Patrick Hathaway - Co-founder of Sitebulb
Use Feature Upvote to track product feedback from within your company. Either set aside an 'ideas day' to brainstorm and then roadmap ideas. Or integrate Feature Upvote into your existing product workflow.
Everybody has full access to add and upvote suggestions, as long as they are signed in to your organisation’s authentication system.
Configure your board and permissions so your ideas board is as useful as possible. For example, you can make all suggestions and comments approved by default to speed up collaboration.
Your team can add screenshots and images to their feedback to make it as specific as possible. You can also add a comment asking for more information.
Feature Upvote motivates our developers more knowing they are working on the most requested features, rather than what my gut feels or a vocal customer demands on any given day.
PJ Celis - Founder of Judge.me
If you're a B2B company with a few key clients then this option is for you. Rather than fielding feedback through meetings, emails and phone calls, ask your customers to add feedback to your ideas board and to vote on feature requests by other clients that they agree with.
Password-protect your board so only key stakeholders have access. Permissions also lets you choose what you want clients to be able to do.
Easily see who has suggested or voted for a feature. This is useful when roadmapping features because you can see who needs what.
You have the choice of using one ideas board for all your clients, or one board per customer.
Competing products are much more complex and much more expensive. For the functionality we’re looking for - a simple feedback community - the features we get are actually better than I expected and at a price that we can afford.
Heather Paunet - Untangle's VP of Product Management