Speed up Web Development with BugReplay
December 6, 2017
I’ve been using video to send bug reports to my developers for years. That said, I’ve been doing it the hard way with screen casting software, and manual uploads to cloud storage, to share my videos with the developers. With BugReplay, it takes care of all that for you … and it’s super easy!
What is BugReplay?
BugReplay is a browser plugin that makes it easy to record bugs, and send video reports to your developers. It is a huge time saver for web app developers.
Here are some of the highlights:
- Facilitates communication between devs and non-devs; and between companies and their end-users
- Available as a Chrome extension and Firefox add-on- very simply browser extension install and quick setup
- Network requests and responses are synced with the screencast
- WebSocket data is displayed alongside HTTP requests
- All the environmental data is there so you don’t have to ask the basic questions to get the information you need (e.g. what’s your browser, operating system, geographic location, system memory, are cookies enabled, etc, etc)
- Unlimited screenshots (and you can add helpful notes to them)
- Integrates with Slack, GitHub, JIRA
- You can create a shareable URL for the video bug report and share with anyone (they don’t have to have a BugReplay account)
- With Feedback By BugReplay, our consumer-facing product, you can also send requests to your customers/end-users, and they can very easily submit video bug reports without creating an account
- Unlimited users (we don’t charge per team members)