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I am so happy to be sharing Iterate with the PH community today - a new survey tool that I have been using for the past few months. Iterate was built by my two good friends Mike Singleton and Matt Healy that I know from working together for almost my entire 6 years at Foursquare. As two of the most talented developers/designers/product people out there, they decided to embark on bootstrapping their own Company and today are launching Iterate to the world. It is incredible to see friends decide to join forces to create a company, begin building a product, help them test the alpha, and now announce here a fully baked survey product. So what is Iterate? For me, it’s been the best way to quickly get feedback all in one place through easy to use surveys I send via email (automagically through Iterate!) and via links I share. With so many other tools out there the obvious question is why is this better? Having wrestled with poorly designed mobile survey pages (most people open on phones), trying to tabulate data in spreadsheets and collaborative worksheets, and trying to decipher open text feedback - I gave up. Until Iterate (seriously). Iterate provides a smooth wizard to get a survey up and running and collect actionable feedback you can actually share and use to improve what you are doing. I also LOVE the fact that you can ask someone a quick emoji question via email to get them into the survey - some of the best open rates and completion rates I have ever seen. Ask Mike and Matt anything!
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Thanks Eric! Hi Product Hunters, I’m Mike, one of Iterate’s cofounders, and I’d love to hear your feedback and answer any questions you have. Iterate is a modern survey tool designed to help technology companies build better products and make better decisions. @lankybutmacho and I were early, long-time employees at Foursquare, and we learned through experience that hearing directly from users led to huge changes on how we thought about the product. We saw time and time again that qualitative feedback is just as critical as quantitative metrics; it should be collected and monitored constantly. We’re building Iterate to help other people get that kind of valuable, ongoing feedback. It’s the result of hundreds of conversations with product managers, designers, researchers and founders who all want to hear more from users but don’t have the tools to do it effectively. We’d love to have you give Iterate a spin, and let us know what you think.
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@msingleton @lankybutmacho Wow, this is really cool! The thing most new products need is feedback and Iterate seems to be a very good way of collecting that. Really looking forward to seeing where this goes!
@msingleton @lankybutmacho Thanks for the hard work! I loved its landing page + feature lists and the live demo at the bottom. I'll definitely try this out for sure! :)
@abinashmohanty @lankybutmacho Thank you! Let us know if you have any questions or feedback :)
@seven11nash Thanks Marc!
Congratulations on launching, @lankybutmacho and @msingleton! One of the features I've really enjoyed during the beta is the Mixpanel integration. Each survey on Iterate has a webhook that you can hit from Mixpanel, so you can easily setup behavior triggered surveys. Super helpful for companies I've worked with that are starting to have some growth but still want a lot of qualitative feedback.
I've been using this for a while now. Easiest way to see all the feedback in one place
Iterate has been invaluable for us while doing research and talking to our customers. Product is so slick and kills it. Love how easy it is for people to submit their feedback on mobile and desktop. Well done!
We use Iterate for our regular NPS survey. Couldn't be easier!