In this post, we take a look at the problems people face when trying to interact with the WordPress community and how the brand new platform, WP FeedBack, is trying to tackle them.
Are you looking for a way to increase efficiency and reduce friction with your client communication? If you’re an agency, freelancer or work anywhere in the web industry using WordPress, WP Feedback might be for you.
WP Feedback is a plugin that has an array of great features which are geared towards getting you and your clients communicating efficiently, whether it be to get content, approve designs or provide support.
Everyone vies for a spot on Google’s first page in hopes that their website will be a standout amongst even the toughest competition. That’s why so many people look to website designers to create one-of-kind projects for their brand.
If you have ever worked with a client designing any part of their WordPress website, you know that feedback is essential for client satisfaction and ultimately, client retention. You are probably also aware that receiving quality feedback is not always easy.
Many software developers give an opportunity to their users to submit ideas for new features. Clearly, users are some of the best sources for gathering feedback about your product and how it can improve.
One of the best ways of enabling users to suggest features is to use a system whereby a user can submit his idea, and other users can vote it up or down. Thus the most highly voted ideas or feature requests are prime candidates for future development on your theme/plugin.