Integrate Fullstory with UserVoice
Fullstory helps companies record and analyze their customer communications by recording user sessions, providing detailed step-by-step logs of everything customers did during their sessions and storing that information for later retrieval and analysis. Fullstory can then be searched for specific events, including link usage, rage clicks or dead clicks. In addition to data on individual sessions, Fullstory can also retrieve analytics on aggregate customer behavior, showing the most clicked items, the most rage clicked areas, the most navigated to sites, etc.
UserVoice offers product developers a single interface that collects and analyzes customer feedback from a variety of sources. This gives product makers clear, actionable insights into how to improve their offerings. UserVoice eliminates the need to send out surveys, log emails, and search through message boards when trying to understand customer experiences. When a customer reports a complaint or submits an enhancement request through UserVoice, the customer stays in the loop with updates on how their submission is being considered and resolved. This boosts customer engagement and willingness to provide feedback and ideas for product improvement in the future.
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Fullstory's End Points
Provide a user ID and/or email address to get a list of every session associated with a specific user up to the defined limit. Entries in that list include the user ID and email address, the time the session occurred, and the Fullstory session URL, all of which can be used to access the data from that session if desired.
Retrieve a list of 20 available data bundles from a specific timestamp onward. Then, export the most valuable data bundles from that list so that they can be integrated with other relevant data sources to give you a deeper overall view of your customer’s experience.
UserVoice's End Points
UserVoice Turnkey Install-less Feedback
UserVoice includes a custom-brandable, stand-alone web portal, where your customers can go to provide direct feedback. Users can type in their feedback while receiving auto-suggestions to match their feedback with existing user suggestions. This reduces the chance of feedback duplication and facilitates the surfacing of top ideas. If an issue or enhancement suggestion doesn't exist, users can add a new one. Then, other customers can upvote the suggestion to help you understand the requests to address with the highest priority.
UserVoice In-App Feedback Channel Integration
UserVoice Contributor Sidebar
The Contributor Sidebar is a UserVoice web browser extension that customer-facing teams can use to relay the feedback they capture while interacting with customers. Instead of needing to send an email or drop a post-it note off on a manager's desk, sales associates and customer-facing reps can submit feedback and ideas about enhancement requests and areas for product improvements into the UserVoice system. The Contributor Sidebar browser extension also allows sales teams to connect the feedback they send to an actual customer, who will receive email updates on the status of his or her enhancement request. The sidebar also keeps customer-facing teams in the loop on new developments and progress so they can communicate news to the customers they interact with.
UserVoice Metrics on Product Improvement Opportunities
UserVoice analyzes and groups incoming feedback into easy-to-understand product improvement suggestions, so development teams can understand the number of customers requesting the same improvements. Through visual metrics, graphs, and charts, UserVoice presents valuable information, such as the revenue represented by the customers making specific enhancement requests and how many users want those improvements. This empowers development teams to prioritize the most valuable improvement opportunities.