How do you test new features/ideas when you don't have traffic?

Moritz Wobith
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Lior Galante Cohen (Vaza)
Team Lead @ Amy
That's a real challenge. Can you get some BETA users to test your product for free and then ask for their opinion, or even better, so how they're actually using this new feature?
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Moritz Wobith
Hi @lior_galante_cohen, thank you for your comment! We recently implemented BETA users :)
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Lior Galante Cohen (Vaza)
Team Lead @ Amy
@mwobith Awesome, good luck!
Gleb Braverman
Founder, Speakezee
I try to put myself in the user's shoes and just see if I like it / use it Also, a good way is to share it with people you know and ask what they would add / change (don't ask for feedback, they won't give you honest replies because they will be afraid to hurt your feelings)
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Moritz Wobith
@gleb_braverman Thats a good advice!
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Lukas deConantsesznak
Developer and all-around curious cat.
I think it was already mentioned, but finding testers through friends and family can be the most solid option. If you have a bit of spending money, try running some ads to get users to come to your app. Additionally, consider if there are any online forums or places where you can freely post your app in a relevant location where users will be interested to test something out. Maybe a certain subreddit.
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Moritz Wobith
@lukas_deconantsesznak Yes! I was also thinking about subreddits. It might be powerful! Thank you!
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Lukas deConantsesznak
Developer and all-around curious cat.
@mwobith absolutely I hope you find one that works for you!