Visual Bug Tracking
You want to identify and eliminate bugs? We can help! Our tool makes it super easy to eliminate bugs.
BugShot - the Visual Bug Tracking Tool
With this bug tracking tool the days of convoluted emails and cryptic messages discribing mistakes are over. BugShot helps you to provide clear and intelligable feedback.
It is very simple: mark, tap, send ... done!
Visible Markers for Bugs
The marker gives you a clear indication where the bug is. And not only that - it captures and transmits a screenshot, description, all browser and operating system data as well as attachments and a priority request. The bug does not stand a chance.
On the Kanban Board bugs can be managed and moved as you work on them. As soon as a bug is forwarded into "Done", everyone on the projects receives a status mail. Perfect!
Drag and Drop
The simple Kanban Board helps you to manage your bugs and to keep an overview. It is mission control for all the bugs in the system. It is also the place for chats, questions, feedback and much more.
Working in a team has never been easier. Testers on the team report bugs and web developers have direct access to all the relevant information in one location. There is no tedious going forward and backward. The Kanban Board also shows the status of each bug. It could not be better.
We permanently improve our service.
Testing is better than any description!
Our test is free and without commitment.
Embedding scripts into a website for each project can be difficult. We therefore offer more and more browser extensions.
Windows Screenshot Tool
Is there a bug in a C# application or in another window outside the browser? For this problem we offer our Windows application, which - as an extra benefit - can easily be used as a screenshot tool.
With our iOS-app it is very simple to make screenshots in an iOS environment.
Bug Report Widget
Users can generate personalised widgets and display the current status of their projects on their device. (planned)
Teams can debug and work seamlessly across multiple applications.
We are Working on More
A continuously improving and growing service that offers new features every week, is our vision and promise.
Chats for each bug
You can start a chat for each bug. This allows you to respond and clarify quickly and to document everything related to the bug.
A strong API as the core of the application
Our API is the core of the application. For this reason we can very quickly offer third party systems with extensions. Let us know what your requirements are and we will contact the provider of your system.
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Bug tracking not only takes a lot of time
Calls and Emails Annoy!
Calls and emails with tedious descriptions about bugs and mistakes are annoying. They interrupt the work flow and very often they are forgotten.
Information Gets Lost
Descriptions of bugs and mistakes are quite often incomplete. On top of that bugs have to be tracked and found in the browser. Loss of information and many iterations cost a lot of time and money.
Forgotten Bugs Cost Money
A lot of bugs are forgotten and show after the launch of a website. Clients complain and demand repair for free. As web developer you face a loss of revenue as you have to track and eliminate the bugs.
Calculate how many hours you can save
When you discuss, document and capture bugs unnecessarily long, it costs you revenue and precious resources.
Here you can get an overview of the developments and innovations at BugShot.
BugShot's first prototype released for testing
Introduction of a free test phase of 14 days
Fixing bugs caused by the restructuring
Performance optimizations for better usability
Adding a search bar
Introduction of an archive for resolved and deleted bug entries
Moving bug entries to other projects
We are in the Early Beta Phase of this project and in close cooperation with you as a client we can build trust and a successful service.
We can gain your trust through our reliability.
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