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Carl Littke
@carllittke · Co-founder/web lead @lookback
Understand your users in a whole new way, remotely or in-person. Invite your team to watch and take notes.

That's the TL;DR about what Lookback Live does for you.

A slightly deeper dive into the product:

- Invite test participants using just a link, we handle the setup for the participant.
- See the participant's screen and camera while talking to them.
- Share the screen with your co-workers without disturbing the session.
- Take notes as you are moderating or observing the session.
(- As before, you can view the recording and all your team's notes (with timestamps) in replay afterwards.)

No cables 🤘

Mac, iOS, Windows, Chromebook and Linux available now. Android coming soon.

It's pretty great, but don't take my word for it (I'm a co-founder). Try it out, we'd love your feedback! Thanks!

Discussion

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Carl Littke
@carllittke · Co-founder/web lead @lookback
Understand your users in a whole new way, remotely or in-person. Invite your team to watch and take notes That's the TL;DR about what Lookback Live does for you A slightly deeper dive into the product: - Invite test participants using just a link, we handle the setup for the participant. - See the participant's screen and camera while talking to them. -... Show More
David Feng
@davidsfeng · Co-Founder at Reamaze
This is definitely a step up from something like Hangouts and way more professional. Love the whole flow and team participation features. Congrats! @carllittke @b_gerstle
Ali
@asmiler
love it <3
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Mai-Li Hammargren
@mailihammargren
Hi all Thanks for the praise! Thanks for posting Murat 🙇🏻 I’m part of the team at Lookback working on this release. We're super excited to finally bring real-time user research to product teams all over the world! After the release of our experimental product Unicorns (https://www.producthunt.com/post...) we knew we could improve the process of user... Show More
Robert Gaal
@robertgaal · Product Manager, Google
Man, the amount of hours spent on making Hangouts or Quicktime work for a user study... Ugh. It's so important to save and share this kind of research but it always seems to hard. This looks like a perfect solution. Great work! By the way: a feature to save small snippets of the video for quick sharing amongst colleagues, is that in the works?
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