At Discuss.io, we’re constantly striving to improve our platform and our user’s experience. That’s why every two weeks we ship new updates to our platform. These biweekly releases iterate on existing functionality, fix bugs, and add new features.
Our team of developers works really hard each release sprint to improve our platform and create new and helpful features for our users. We want to acknowledge their work and showcase the exciting improvements being made on our platform. That’s why today, we’re launching a new effort to regularly highlight these changes on our blog.
With this first release blog post, we are excited to announce a new feature that allows moderators to capture screenshots of the Whiteboard. While the session is in progress, the moderator simply clicks on a “Save Screenshot” button in the Whiteboard toolbar (circled above). These screenshots are then saved to the archive, for easy access (and download) after the session is complete.
This feature helps researchers to easily keep track of and reference user feedback after the session has ended. This information can be shared internally to drive home poignant insights gathered during the session, especially when conducting product and concept testing.
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Zach Simmons is the Founder and president of Discuss.io. Zach has 20 years of experience building software. Prior to founding Discuss.io, he was the Technical Product Manager for Amazon Web Services (S3) where he ran the team that built the infrastructure that now powers a significant percentage of the modern Internet. Zach holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
An entrepreneurial leader, Zach is passionate about building disruptive and agile SaaS based market research startups as an alternative to traditional market research. Seeing a need for change within the Industry, Zach launched Discuss.io, bringing Market Research to the digital age.