User Acceptance Testing is easy  
with Usersnap

User Acceptance Test is an essential step of your website projects to deliver high quality. Make them easy with visual feedbacks via screenshots & comments.

Usersnap in action

User Acceptance Testing

is the process of verifying that a solution works for the user. And the user is the one who pays for your solution.

Creating screenshots of their screens, writing comments or draw is the simplest way to get valuable feedback from your testers. And all within your browser without extensions.

User Acceptance Testing with Usersnap


Happy Usersnap customers

Visual bug reporting

Bug reporting where it happens, directly in your browser. Offer your testers an easy tool for sending in bugs and feedback without further explanation.

No endless conversations over bug reports for your developers ever again.

How Usersnap works for digital agencies
Annotated screenshots

Annotated screenshots

Let your testers add comments, annotations and even draw on your websites and give their feedback as it happens. It's so easy, you don't even have to explain how it works.

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Our customer: Onshape

To sum it up, Usersnap has set new standard in how we collect feedback from our users.

Read the success story
Onshape screenshot
Jira Usersnap integration

Fully integrated into Jira

Connect Usersnap with Jira Software and receive annotated screenshots in your Jira every time a bug report or feedback is created with Usersnap.

Bring designers, developers and project managers on the same page.

Get all context info

Receive metadata like screen resolution, browser, OS, location automatically added to your bug report.

Save your developers' time for not asking your testers.

All context info
Usersnap integrations

Install in 5 minutes and integrate with your workflow

Embed the feedback widget on your website. Connect Usersnap to your favourite tool.

Receive feedback and visual bug reports
in Jira, Basecamp, Asana or Slack.

Incomplete bug reports cost you money

Save costs by removing the communication need between your testers and your developers. A screenshot with comments and done. Every hour of a developer can cost up to $300.

Why not save this for your product development?

cost of incomplete bug reports

Improve the quality of your web project

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