Working on a website launch or software update can be pretty stressful, and sometimes chaotic. We’ve all experienced the last-minute changes, new ideas and customer requests coming in right before you hit the “publish” button.
And then there are those moments where you wonder: “Have I already told John to fix this bug?“. And “Have I followed-up with John on…“, when what you really mean is something like: “Have I forwarded this Usersnap screen to our JIRA project for John to work on?”, “Ah…btw: Is there an update from John on this other Usersnap screen?”
Luckily, there’s help on the way. With the latest update from Usersnap, questions like these are a thing of the past.
If you are like me you would rather try to balance a laptop, coffee mug, charger, mouse, and your notes all at once rather than walking from your desk to the conference room twice.
A similar dynamic is at work when it comes to managing feedback or planning and tracking software development processes. You want to easily prioritize and assign a task and if possible – tackle multiple tasks at once.
That’s where our new feature comes in: Bulk Editing. Bulk Editing is a fast, flexible new way for you and your team to collaborate, manage, and organize internal or external feedback.
We Are Developers. That’s the claim and motto of the largest developer event in Europe.
And since we at Usersnap are developers, too, we put on our best suits (well, just kidding 😉) and attended this year’s largest developer event, right in Vienna.
Together with 3.800 other developers from all over Europe we were pretty impressed by the organizers work and listened closely to speakers like John Romero, Joel Spolsky, and Håkon Wium Lie.
In this article, we’d like to share a few conference highlights from this year.
Meet the CTO is a new series about CTOs, their daily lives, roles, and responsibilities. This week, we talk to Jan Varljen, CTO of Productive.
Jan shares his story of starting out as a web developer at one of the largest agencies in Croatia. As the CTO of Productive.io, Jan is now managing a team of developers building the next generation of agency software.
I’m excited to introduce you to our newly launched Basecamp 3 integration for Usersnap.
If you’re not using Basecamp, and happen to read this blog post: No worries – we integrate with 20+ other project management tools as well.
Check out all of our integrations here.
Meet the CTO is a new series about CTOs, their daily lives, roles, and responsibilities. In our second edition, we talk to Susanne Kaiser from Just Social.
Meet the CTO is a new series about CTOs, their daily lives, roles, and responsibilities. In our first edition, we talk to Morten Primdahl from Zendesk.
This article is brought to you by Usersnap – a visual feedback & bug tracking tool, used by software companies like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.
As more and more of our beloved apps run solely in the browser, we as users are beginning to rely on browser notifications to get updates on new activities.
In this article, I’m going to provide you with the best practices for developing and designing web push notifications.
No matter to whom in tech I talk to. Most people and tech companies seem to struggle with hiring developers.
And since I have the feeling that hiring is a topic that doesn’t get too much talk and attention (maybe because of people struggling with it), I think it’s our obligation to share the biggest lessons we’ve learned at Usersnap.
This article is brought to you by Usersnap, a bug tracker and feedback tool that helps you to communicate visually. Get a 15-day free trial here.
Atom, the code editor from GitHub, was initially released in May 2014 by the team of GitHub. As an open-source editor Atom became hugely popular over the last two years. And for some, it’s the Sublime killer. And I’m not exaggerating.
Today, I’m going to show you the best tips, tricks, and shortcuts while using Atom. So better go pro with Atom.