Why You Should Include Feature Requests as a Feedback Type
Beta is often the earliest opportunity potential customers have to use your product, and it’s a great opportunity to collect their ideas beyond the usability aspects of your product. While bug reports and surveys are essential to every beta test, feature requests can play a vital role as well. Unfortunately, many product teams are hesitant […]
How to Implement Feedback Scoring in Your Beta Program
Prioritizing the feedback you collect during beta testing is one of the most challenging and time-consuming tasks a beta manager faces. Our latest resource takes a deep dive into how Centercode’s Feedback Scoring features help your most impactful feedback rise to the top. A team of enthusiastic beta testers can generate a mountain of bug […]
Understanding Ongoing and Directed Feedback
In a very fundamental way, feedback is the lifeblood of a beta test. If your beta test doesn’t garner good feedback it’ll be considered a failure. However, if you can collect a lot of relevant feedback your beta test will be a resounding success. Knowing the best processes to collect the right feedback from your […]
Feature Requests in Centercode
Recently we did a post on the role feature requests play in beta. That post looked at the challenges and benefits of collecting feature requests and is a great overview of feature requests as a concept in beta. This post looks at how feature requests are used in the Centercode beta test management platform to […]
Feature Requests in Beta Testing
Beta testing has many different moving parts. With so many pieces, it can be difficult to keep everything in perspective. We’re putting together a series that looks at the roles of different activities and functions in beta testing, so you can make the most of everything beta has to offer. This first post will look at the important, but often misunderstood, role feature requests play in beta.
Keep Testers Engaged with These 10 Beta Activities
There’s a wide variety of activities your beta testers are more than willing to do to help improve your product. The activities that make the most sense for your test will vary based on your product and objectives, but here are ten of the most common ones (spoiler alert: bug reports are just the tip of the iceberg!).