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Get customer feedback in Confluence

Get customer feedback in Confluence

When you are developing a new product, there is something that is impossible to ignore: users’ feedback. People say that listening to your users will guide you to build an awesome and desirable product. In our case that has been a reality and every time a user comes with some feedback or request, we listen carefully, try to attend the request and make everyone happy. Of course, as your product becomes bigger, those requests or feedback also grow. That’s the…

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Atlassian Marketplace: Some tips for making your add-on

Atlassian Marketplace: Some tips for making your add-on

Add-on development for platforms that have a Marketplace is becoming popular with at time. While developing Votes and Recognitions for Confluence, we have noticed the advantages that this kind of market offers, in there we can find: No need to worry about an audience, since the platform itself provides a potential market. Large platforms, like Atlassian, provide good tools to ease the add-on development. There is a community that will help you with any question you have during development. Also,…

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Atlassian Marketplace: Algunos consejos al hacer tu add-on

Atlassian Marketplace: Algunos consejos al hacer tu add-on

El desarrollo de add-ons o plugins para plataformas que tengan un Marketplace se ha popularizado con el paso del tiempo. Al desarrollar Votes y Recognitions for Confluence, hemos notado que las ventajas que ofrece este tipo de mercado son bastantes, entre ellas podemos encontrar: No tienes que preocuparte “demasiado” por conseguir audiencia, puesto que la plataforma por si misma provee un mercado potencial. Plataformas grandes, como Atlassian, proveen buenas herramientas para facilitar el desarrollo de tu complemento. Hay toda una comunidad que te apoyara…

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Collecting users feedback directly from Confluence

Collecting users feedback directly from Confluence

Users feedback recollection is a great strategy to find out what to do next in your product; basically because if we focus on building features that our users are asking for or the bugs that they are reporting, the chance to target the product and make it useful to our users is bigger. In one of the teams I worked for in the past years we adopted an interesting strategy for this end. This is what we did. Google Form setup…

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