SupportBee vs UserVoice: What are the differences?
Developers describe SupportBee as "The easiest way to manage customer support emails". SupportBee intentionally mimics the email experience because both your team and your customers already understand email well. Tickets in SupportBee are either Unanswered or Answered. When they are created, they are unanswered. Once you reply, they are marked answered and taken off the screen for you to focus on the remaining unanswered tickets. If a customer replies, we mark the ticket unanswered again. You can also star a ticket if you have answered it but want to follow up later. On the other hand, UserVoice is detailed as "Customer service and customer feedback tools that don't suck". UserVoice creates simple customer engagement tools that help companies understand and interact with their customers more positively and build customer relationships that last.
SupportBee and UserVoice can be categorized as "Help Desk" tools.
Some of the features offered by SupportBee are:
- Handle Multiple Email Addresses
- HTML Email Ticketing
- Lightning Fast Email Importing
On the other hand, UserVoice provides the following key features:
- Billed Monthy
- Billed Annually
- Feedback Forums
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Uservoice fits our use-case really well. StackShare isn’t a business-critical application so we don’t need to be on call 24/7 with a full on Help Desk. We just need a way for people to get in contact with us through the site that doesn’t require them to send an email. It’s Free for our level of use. And it is actually a full-on Help Desk, so if we do need some more robust features, they’re there.
When I pushed Codeshare it was very much (and still is) MVP. UserVoice gave me a quick and free way to gather feedback from active users and helped prioritize feature requests.