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Bug Tracking: 9 things developers love about Userback

Bug tracking is an essential part of software development. Whether you’re working on a SaaS platform or a web application, having a reliable bug tracking and user feedback platform can make a world of difference.

Userback is an in-app feedback platform that continues to gain popularity among developers and software teams around the world. With its comprehensive range of feedback collection and management features, Userback simplifies the bug tracking process and enables developers to spend less time fixing bugs and more time doing what they love: building features and delivering high-quality applications and software.

In this article, we highlight 9 of the key features and functions of Userback that developers love.

“Don’t fix bugs later; fix them now.”
Steve Maguire

Author of the coding classic: “Writing Solid Code: Microsoft’s Techniques for Developing Bug-Free C Programs”


Feedback Widget: making bug tracking easy for users and developers alike

The first thing developers love about Userback is how easy it is to install the ‘feedback widget’ on a web application or website. The feedback widget is the feedback collection tool for feature requests, comments and bug reports.

It’s as simple as adding a line of code to the header on pages where you want to collect feedback. It literally takes a few minutes to get set up and start collecting bug reports.

Read more about how Feedback Widget streamlines bug tracking for developers here.


Centralized & Automated: no more manually managing bug tracking with spreadsheets

Once the Userback Feedback Widget is installed on a web application or website managing bug tracking gets a whole lot easier. All bug reports are collected in a consistent way and stored in a centralized place, making it easier for developers to access and interpret the information that comes with every bug report.


Integrations: add bug tracking into your existing workflows with ease

Userback understands the complex ecosystems of tools and platforms that developers use (we are developers ourselves after all!). That’s why Userback has seamless integrations with popular workflow platforms like Jira, Asana, Basecamp, and GitLab, among others. These integrations enable software teams to incorporate bug tracking, issue reports reports and other forms of user feedback directly into their existing workflows, enhancing productivity and collaboration.

Read more about how Userback’s Integrations streamline bug tracking for developers here.


Visual Feedback: the perspective you need to accelerate bug tracking and resolution

Userback understands that sometimes words alone are not enough to convey the intricacies of a bug. Visual feedback is a powerful tool that allows users to provide annotated screen grabs, videos, and even audio recordings along with their bug reports. This feature ensures that developers have a crystal-clear understanding of the problem, enhancing communication and speeding up bug resolution.

Read more about how Userback’s visual feedback and Screen Annotation features streamline bug tracking for developers here.


Session Replays: Review every mouse move and screen interaction

One of the features developers love most about Userback for bug tracking is the automatic capture of session replays. With session replay, developers can rewind and review every mouse movement and screen interaction leading up to a bug. This feature offers invaluable insights into the context and sequence of events that led to the issue, enabling developers to understand and replicate bugs quickly.

Read more about how Userback’s Session Replay streamlines bug tracking for developers here.


User Identification: replicating bug tracking issues with ease

When it comes to bug tracking, having comprehensive user and system information is crucial for developers so that they can understand and replicate the environment in which an issue occured. Userback’s user identification feature captures all relevant details like browser type, operating system, and more in the background. This information helps developers instantly replicate issues without having to request additional data from users, saving time and effort.

Read more about how User Identification provides developers with the background information they need to replicate and resolve bugs faster here.


Merge Feedback: consolidate bug tracking reports

Developers often face a flood of bug reports, many of which may highlight similar issues. Userback’s merge feedback feature allows developers and software teams to consolidate repeated or similar feedback into a single piece. By reducing the volume of bug reports to review and resolve, this feature streamlines the bug tracking process and allows developers to focus their efforts on critical issues.

Learn more about consolidating bug tracking reports with Merge Feedback here.


REST API: Automate repetitive bug tracking tasks

Repetitive tasks can be a drain on developers’ time and energy. Userback’s REST API provides developers with the ability to automate various bug tracking tasks. From creating bug reports to retrieving data, the REST API empowers developers to streamline their workflow and focus on what matters most—developing high-quality software.

Learn more about how you can seamlessly integrate user feedback into your bug tracking workflows with Userback’s REST API here.


Collaboration Tools: Effective Communication and Collaboration

Effective communication and collaboration are critical to successful bug tracking. Userback recognizes this need and offers a range of collaboration tools within its platform. Features like comments, @mentions, and notifications enable developers to communicate seamlessly, discuss issues, and track bug progress, fostering efficient teamwork and ensuring that bugs are resolved effectively.

Userback can help your software team to streamline bug tracking for your web application or website

In conclusion, when it comes to bug tracking, replicating issues and resolving problems quickly, Userback offers a comprehensive suite of features and functions that developers love.

From session replays and user identification to visual feedback and powerful integrations, Userback simplifies the bug tracking process and empowers developers to spend more time on delivering great software than on fixing bugs. With Userback, developers can streamline their workflows, enhance communication and collaboration, and ultimately, create better user experiences.

With Userback, you can fast-track bug tracking and resolve any issues quickly and efficiently, enhancing your customer experience and bottom line.

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10 Fixes for Bug Fixing

Whether you’re building something new or just need to keep an existing platform running smoothly, you need to be able to identify and rectify bugs fast.

In this guide, we’ll explore 10 reasons behind ineffective bug fixes and how to solve them, including:

  • Where is it going wrong?
  • Seeing their bugs with your own eyes (and ears)
  • Take the guesswork out of what to do first
  • Setting up your automated bug fix feedback loop
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