Step 1: Add your first destination ✅

In, everything starts with a destination. A destination is a direct link to your project inside your existing issue tracker.

To add a new destination, go to your destinations page and click on Add Destinations. You will be asked to authenticate your integration and select a project.

Learn more about destinations here:

Step 2: Personalize widget appearance 🎨

The website widget is how people add bug reports to your favorite project management tool.

From inside your destination, you can change your widget look and feel such as the color, text & position of your widget, all under the Widget Appearance section

Step 3: Customize Widget forms 📝

Under the Forms section, customize your Basic and Advanced forms.

The Basic form is a simplified version of your form, tailored at people outside of your organization such as External Reporters and Clients. Because these reporters do not have access to your project management tool like Jira, Asana, Trello and so on, only basic fields can be displayed.

The Advanced form is a more detailed version of your form, for your internal testers who are part of your organization and are familiar with advanced fields from your project management tool like assignees, milestone, epic, sub-task, and more.

Go to the website associated with your destination and start hunting for bugs.

Learn more about forms here:

Step 4: Deploy your widget 🚀

Once you’re happy with how the widget looks and feel, you can install your widget in multiple ways.

Deploy your widget via...

Step 5:  Invite Clients & Team Members 👫

To get other people to report bugs and visual feedback, invite them to your destination in the user list.

You will then have to choose which role you want to select for your contributor.

Note that members have access to all new destination by default and clients do not.
You can change both settings inside each destination in the access settings.

You can also manage your user at the account level on you 

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