BugHerd is a visual feedback tool for websites
It’s like using sticky-notes to pin client feedback and track bugs directly on a page. Loved by thousands of great teams worldwide to manage projects across the web. The BugHerd browser extension and sidebar sends complete and contextual info from the feedback or bug submitted (including screenshots, video, browser, OS & CSS selector data) to be fully managed via the project and task management kanban board. 🌟Why Install BugHerd?🌟 ⚡Give and receive feedback with a simple point and click. 💡So easy to use, it’s perfect to use with non-technical folks. 🗄Organise and manage tasks directly via the sidebar. ⏰Save time and reduce back and forth emails between teams. 🔗Share and collaborate on tasks with clients and remote team members. 💲Pricing Try BugHerd free for 14 days Plans start from $39 per month. Click "Add to Chrome" and start using BugHerd straight away. https://bugherd.com
- (2021-05-20) Oliver Heward: Giving 5 star, although 4.5 stars is more accurate, there's sometimes a bug on screenshots, but this could be a user error. Added Bugherd to my previous dev teams toolkit, and recently my new companies... hands down revolutionary for feedback. If you are a designer, project manager or developer and you aren't using this or something similar... you need to add it to your workflow 🏌🏼 Great job Bugherd Team, keep up the work ☄️
- (2019-11-21) Jonathan Skaines: Awesome tool for tracking UX feedback!
- (2019-11-07) Scott Jacques: Game changer. Have been a huge fan of Bugherd since I first saw it. The time savings and efficiencies it creates for our team is immense. Looking forward to seeing the continued evolution of the product!
- (2019-02-27) keeps disappearing, very frustrating
- (2018-12-21) I really like bugherd, it functions well. It allows me to communicate well with my team and pinpoint exactly what I am referring to. Helps us stay ontop of all projects with a full history of communication. I must say though I do not like the update made to the email notifications this past week. Now the full reason for the bugherd and last update is not completely in the email. I definitely preferred when the those aspects were fully detailed in the email for a snapshot look.
- (2017-03-07) torrance scott: Screenshots. of bugs. No need to decipher clients. It's great.
- (2017-01-30) Dave Panfili: Awesome!
- (2014-11-08) Gyro De Leon: It was great on pointing out what was needed. Though It'd be even great if it could capture alerts as well.
- (2014-02-11) Jan Carter: Easy to use but extremely effective at pinpointing issues for developers, QA and product managers
- (2013-11-12) Lars Karup Nielsen: Fungerer rigtig godt! Har brugt det i 5 dage ifm. et redesign af en webshop. Super enkel måde at indsamle, prioritere og organisere bugs på!
- (2012-10-12) Mark Reuten: Nice work guys!
- (2012-08-23) John Crumpton: Excellent tool for adding screenshot to bugherd bug issues. Would be good to have an option to take/not take a screenshot as this does slow down the adding of bugs somewhat - but great start!