How to give good feedback to a SaaS product

How to give good feedback to a SaaS product

Many of us like to think we know how to give good feedback for a SaaS product. However, that might not always be the case.

Canny Best Practices: Feedback board use cases

Canny Best Practices: Feedback board use cases

Feedback boards are the highest layer of organization in Canny. Setting up boards can be confusing, but once you have a good setup, you’ll be good to go.

The end of our digital nomad journey

The end of our digital nomad journey

After living the digital nomad life for the last two years, we’re settling down. Here’s why and where.

Canny Best Practices: Using Canny internally

Canny Best Practices: Using Canny internally

As your team grows, information gets siloed. Using Canny internally to keep track of your team’s feedback in one place is hugely beneficial.

Conquering the “my baby” fear in product management

Conquering the “my baby” fear in product management

As a product manager, it’s natural for you to feel like your product is your “baby”. However, being overprotective isn’t good for you or the product. Here’s how you can make sure not to get too attached.

Canny Best Practices: User Segmentation

Canny Best Practices: User Segmentation

Not all users are created equal. User segmentation allows you to look at feedback based on your most important user groups.

Making a product video with no time and no budget

Making a product video with no time and no budget

Making product videos is a great way to get people excited about your product and boost brand affinity. Here’s how we do it with practically no time and no budget.

Beta testing: how to choose testers from your user base

Beta testing: how to choose testers from your user base

There are customers that are easy to get feedback from and who are qualified for beta testing. And then there are customers who aren’t. How do you choose?

Debunking the “faster horse” concern in customer feedback

Debunking the “faster horse” concern in customer feedback

Open customer feedback can be scary. What if someone asks for a “faster horse”? You’re going to have to build it, right? Nope.

3 situations where not listening to customers is fine

3 situations where not listening to customers is fine

Most companies are terrified at the idea of “not listening to customers”. However, some feedback does not come from a good place. Here’s how to respond.

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