Greetings everyone. Our first feature update for a while, and it’s an exciting one.You’ve requested new features and we’ve delivered. With two new developers hired in the past month or so (welcome George and Imre), our developers have been working
Does our life become easier with every new invention on the market? I don’t think so. New technology presents us with great possibilities and limitations at the same time. Let’s have a look at this quote: The same technology that
We made it easier to make your test go viral. From now on, tests created with a paid plan have an ‘Enable Sharing’ checkmark in the test details:
Designing your tests just got a bit easier: you can re-arrange pages in the Test detail tab now. Just click the Move up ↑ or Move down ↓ buttons at the top right corner of every page-section of your test.
A few moments ago we released a major update of Usabilla. We know for sure this new release will make usability testing with Usabilla even more easier for both you and your participants. We’ve improved the usability of our test
Since the launch of our first release about one month ago we spend a lot of our time on killing bugs and fixing small glitches. Most bugfixes have been silently released in the past weeks. Fortunately we have been working
The original video in this post has been replaced by a new one. This screencast shows how to create a basic usability test in less than five minutes. Feel free to sign up for our closed beta (launching in April)