A new experience on Usersnap: adding more context and improving efficiency for user feedback workflows

“Phew” is what your users say when they realize it’s that easy to take a screenshot of a bug. But can you win customers’ hearts with “phew”? Or do you need a “wow”?

The new Usersnap widget and project templates are here to boost your “wow” levels by making user feedback more versatile and adding research value to help you make wiser product decisions. 

Let’s enter the new era of feedback-driven software development 💪

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Will online stores ever beat real ones? + Survey results of what customers think

Ecommerce shopping has grown significantly in 2020, and many companies are questioning if it will replace the need for brick-and-mortar retail. While it’ll never likely get rid of every store on the block, there may be some customer groups and product types that shift online and never look back.

What’s important is figuring out if those are your customers or not. The odds are that many of your customers are spending more online right now than you (or they) expected. It’s a great opportunity for you now.

According to IBM, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed us all five years forward in our shift from physical retail to online shopping. Ecommerce revenue is expected to grow 20% this year while department stores will drop 60%, with many already closing.

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A guide to using testimonials and customer feedback in marketing emails + example templates

As per a report, “People are 270% more likely to purchase a product with five reviews than one with no reviews.” Crazy, right? That’s how crucial testimonials have become in a customer journey. 

With enhanced access to data and information, customers are becoming more aware of the products and services they are about to pay or are already paying for. Hence, testimonials have become a big deal to establish that ‘trust factor’ due to the ‘unbiased quotient’ and being the first-hand experience of a user who has already made a purchase. It becomes all the more important for a brand to leverage it properly so as to persuade a lead to become a customer.

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7 Reasons Why Developers Need To Embrace UX Design

Did you know that technical issues are the number one reason people delete apps off their phones? That’s right! More than 90% of the downloaded apps are deleted after one use.

Similarly, 88% of users don’t return to a website after bad user experience.

This is why UX matters. These days users expect remarkable experiences every time they interact with an app, products, support, or a website and in case they don’t get it, you may never have a second chance with them. 

So what’s a developer to do? 

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The State of Customer Experience Report in 2020 – CX statistics to help you move in the right direction

It’s been 2 years since we at Usersnap started developing a tool for Customer Experience. We must say – it’s been such an exhilarating journey so far! 

For research purposes, we talked to many experts, interviewed a large number of potential customers, and even built a community! We learned a lot and shared our findings on our blog through stories and ebooks

However, what we have for you today is very special. We reached out to many digital companies and compiled the statistics to provide insights into the State of Customer Experience in 2020.

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Testing Product Names for SaaS: How to Choose Names for New Features

Having a great SaaS name places you in a great location on this map, closer to your target customers and farther away from your competitors, which is exactly what your unique brand needs.

Choosing the best name for your SaaS product can delicately position your brand to customers by understanding their needs and appealing to their emotions while communicating your brand values. Basically, the best SaaS name understands and speaks the customer’s language, and if you’re not sure how to do that, then keep reading!

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Track feature requests & read customer feedback on Slack: what we do at Usersnap

Tracking feature requests from customers is a blessing, and also a nightmare for Product Managers. You want to know the needs and new ideas from your customers. So you love hopping onto different pages to hunt them down, hitting F5 to refresh the list every hour. I’m only kidding.

We at Usersnap believe the voice of customers should be the driver of product development. And our Slack integration 2.0 allows you to track customer requests timely in a streamlined fashion. 

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Top 6 Translation Management Tools for Software Builders

As a business, we’re regularly trying new products and tools to help us with our software development.

Especially when building customer-centric products, the software text matters. Providing software in our customer’s native language impacts the user experience a lot. 

Therefore, we evaluated different platforms for software localization and wanted to share some of our findings.

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CX Manager vs. Customer Support: What’s the difference, and why you need both

You’re probably already aware that customer support is important for digital companies.

According to Entrepreneur, great customer support strengthens your company’s brand, opens doors for partnerships, and increases retention — which is 5 times more profitable than acquisition. 

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