Over 2,500 Jira users reported issues via Usersnap this month.
Move to agile testing with real-time user feedback
Track visual bugs Your users can take a screenshot of their issues inside your web app without any extra software, showing their problem with drawings and comments on it.
Save Jira licenses Have as many reporters as you want, you don’t have to purchase more user seat licenses in Jira. Reduce your QA costs.
93% of Jira Software customers said they optimized their QA process after adding Usersnap.
Collect issues with one click
Your users can draw and comment directly in the browser on items, bugs and issues. No need to use any image manipulation software or Powerpoint to annotate screenshots anymore. It’s the visual feedback and testing tool for your web projects and busy team.
Get real-time feedback. Enable your QA team to report issues faster without leaving your website or application to file issues in another tool. Help non-technical team members Filling out Jira issue forms is quite complicated for non-technical people. Usersnap offers a simple button to submit a feedback with visual context to improve the quality of your bug reports.
With Usersnap all issues filed to Jira are clear, with screenshot and all the technical context information to reference. Remove tedious questions like “which browser are you using?” from your development & testing processes. Get technical context If your engineers have all environment and context data attached to the tester’s feedback, such as URL, browser version, operating system, screen-size, etc., it’s way easier to understand your tester’s request.
Send & centralize bug reports in Jira without logging in
Once you connect Usersnap with JIRA, every time a feedback is created with Usersnap, you will get an annotated screenshot with the necessary browser information in your JIRA project automatically. Bring designers, developers and project managers on the same page. Make it possible with Usersnap.
“Let me show you the smooth integration with Jira in a personal demo.”
Klaus-M. Schremser, Product Specialist of Usersnap
You can test your web projects in BrowserStack or similar apps and capture screens on various browser versions and operating systems. Your developers can easily re-produce issues in the same environment.