When asked to provide feedback on a software product, what are your favorite tools to detail your recommendations? I'm particularly interested in the tools you use for LARGE scale reviews BEFORE the recommendations are turned into user stories/projects/tasks.
- Personally, I think less is more for this. I think free form writing + including annotated screenshots (see CloudApp) works well. I haven't found a tool that forces a "good process" for this. And since every team/situation is unique, I think it's best to keep it simple.
- I mostly use Dropbox paper for giving product feedbacks. I love how collaborative it is! I can easily add screenshots, comments, links, and then follow answers to my comments from the product team. Always worked perfectly for both sides (giving and receiving feedback).
- Steve Dimmick made this productHey Beth, Obviously lots of options already, but I would wager doopoll would be the leat intrusive and cleanest option to use. Give us a try for free first if you like (up to 50 responses). If you want to get contextual comments on people's answers then we can offer that too.
- A public board that's organized into the "types" of feedback you might get is something that I like to use for different products, especially since that keeps other users abreast of what the rest of the community might be saying already!