Usersnap vs WebEngage: What are the differences?
Usersnap: Get feedback & bug reports with annotated screenshots. Usersnap is the #1 bug tracking tool for every web project Collaborate on screenshots with colleagues and clients.
Usersnap makes tracking bugs and collecting feedback on design drafts and prototypes easy.
; WebEngage: On-site Push Notifications, Targeted Surveys & Customer Feedback Management. WebEngage is a customer engagement Saas. It enables gathering of relevant customer data through feedback and survey. It also enables notification of services and discounts to the market. WebEngage offers solution for personalized real time marketing, customer insights, instantaneous feedback and personalized marketing .
Usersnap and WebEngage belong to "Feedback Widget" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Usersnap are:
- annotated browser screenshots
- visual bug reports
- project management dashboard
On the other hand, WebEngage provides the following key features:
- Collect insights from visitors. Target questionnaires at specific audiences using our rule builder. Get real-time analytics and reports.
- Get up and running in seconds. Add power to your feedback form with custom fields and automatic screengrab features.
- Push messaging tool. Lets you display offers, discount codes, product launch announcements etc. to visitors. Real-time stats.
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I am one of the few beta testers of the integration between Usersnap and GitHub Issues.
My webapp source code is hosted on...well github and I am very happy I can get a visual feedback directly into the Issues.
I don't need to open my email and to create an issue and to re-attach the sreenshot over and over again.
The good thing is - I can assign the issue directly to my designer :)
I am happy with it!
Allows the user to send a screenshot and comments with a bug report. Also automatically sends all error information including console logs and client environment information directly to a BitBucket repo and Slack.
Create issues quickly, allows end-users to create issues easily, and integrates with JIRA for immediate developer reaction to ongoing tasks or defects.