Oras Al-Kubaisi
Oras Al-KubaisiFounder @ JobDescription.ai

Where do you post your beta project for feedback?

When you're in beta phase of your project or MVP, where do you post it first to get feedback?
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    Omer Molad
    Omer MoladCo-founder and CEO @ Vervoe · Written
    BetaList is a good place to start Check out some other options here https://www.quora.com/What-are-t...
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    Twitter Live

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    Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal Bhatiadesign @mercury · Written
    Reach out to people 1-on-1 who fit your customer profile. I did a research sprint and got lots of people to test out my MVP after following up with responses to my polls about SXSW. You can read more about the research sprint technique I used here: What I Learned About Your SXSW Experience (and it's totally worth the extra time to do it this way!). Similarly, @kevinrose started a Facebook group and added everyone there for his new meditation app. He provides constant updates and gets continuous engagement through there. Lots of people offered to help with designing the app!
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    Reddit App

    The official app for Android & iOS. Meow.

    Brittany Fuller
    Brittany FullerCo-founder & CEO at Notably · Written
    /r/startups has a great weekly feedback and support thread. My reccomendation would be to start somewhere small like a forum or an industry Slack channel to get your first points of feedback. Improve / polish based on things you hear. Take a week or two to improve, don't dilly dally. Then take things up a notch by sharing somewhere like BetaList. You can (and should!) think about doing a launch here on PH too. P.S. not the advertising reddit linked here (clicked the wrong product!) go for the real real :)
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    Erli Bird

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    Omer Molad
    Omer MoladCo-founder and CEO @ Vervoe · Written
    The easiest way to recruit beta testers and collect user feedback for Android, iOS, websites, and tech products.
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    Facebook Groups

    This app gives you a dedicated space for you and your groups

    Ben Lang
    Ben LangCommunity @NotionHQ, angel investor · Written
    I always look for relevant Facebook groups and post in them,