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New
December 14, 2020

🥇Public feedback competition time

Did you know BugHerd has a public feedback feature?

Here's your chance to try it out and show off your skills in website QA. We have hidden more than 17 bugs on the Billshirt Website (https://bugherd.com/billshirt/). Find and report them and you could win a USD50 Amazon voucher.

Here's what you need to do: 1. Head to the Billshirt website

2. Find and accurately report as many bugs as you can. Report the most bugs accurately to win a $50 Amazon Voucher.

3. To report a bug, click the Send Feedback button, enter your email address and accurately describe the bug.

Winner is the person who most accurately identifies and describes the bugs.

You have until 11.59pm (Melbourne, Australia Time) Sunday 20th December to enter.

Happy Hunting!

Interesting in Public Feedback for your own website? Read this.

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New
November 24, 2020

BugHerd 💙 WordPress

The BugHerd WordPress plugin has been updated! So you can now enjoy the delights of managing feedback even more smoothly on your WordPress website and the WordPress Admin.

The BugHerd plugin is available to install via the WordPress plugin library and you can install it directly from within your WordPress dashboard. Celebrate with a piece of cake while you install it. 🍰

Need help? Read our installation guide for more information.

BugHerd also 💚 your clients

Recently we’ve been hearing that you’d like more information to share with guests when you invite them to BugHerd.

Please feel free to share this page and video with any guests you invite to BugHerd to help them get the most out of giving feedback through BugHerd.

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New
October 27, 2020

Search improvements in your Task Board

Based on your feedback, we’ve made some changes to the way search works.

Previously when you searched for tasks, choosing multiple search options would show tasks that matched any of the criteria.

Now, selecting the same search options refines your search, so you only see tasks that match all of the criteria.

We hope this small change makes it easier to find what you’re looking for.

As always, we’d love to hear what you think. Drop us a line in the comments below.

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New
September 29, 2020

Edit tags

Tags are a great way to filter and sort the tasks on your Task Board, so we've made them easier to edit and manage.

Edit Tags

You can now edit existing tag names, which is great for fixing annoying typos, or changing a group of tasks without having to create a new tag and apply it to all the tasks.

Just click edit next to the Tags list on your Task Board. Then edit the tag you want to change.

Remove tags from your active list

If you have tags you no longer use, you can remove them from the list of tags. Just click edit next to the Tags list on your Task Board and then select Archive to remove a tag.

Archived tags can be found at the bottom of the Edit Tags list.

You can return tags to the active list by clicking Unarchive.

Drop us a line about Tags

We hope these changes help you manage your tags more effectively. We're always keen to hear from you about how you use Tags and what would help you manage your tags better. Drop us a line in the comments if you have any suggestions you'd like to share.

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New
August 26, 2020

Send a group of tasks to the Archive and a nifty new shortcut

Previously, at the end of a project when every task was in the done column, there still remained one job. To move each of those done tasks to the Archive… one by one. Urgh!

Rejoice! This release from BugHerd lets you move multiple tasks in the last column of your Task board to the Archive at the same time.

Move ALL completed tasks to the archive

Simply click the dots in the column heading, and select Archive all Tasks. Confirm you want to Archive them all (no one likes an accidental archiver), and Boom! Those tasks are off the Task Board and filed away in the Archive for reference.

Move a selection of tasks to the archive

There's a handy shortcut if you want to only move some tasks to the archive.

Hold down Control (Windows) or Command (Mac) and click individual tasks to select them, or hold down Shift and click to select a range of tasks. Then click Archive Selected Tasks to send the selected tasks to the Archive.

Restore groups of tasks from the archive

You can return a group of archived tasks to the Task Board by clicking Restore Tasks in the archive. Note that if you select Restore Tasks for a group, all tasks in that group will be sent back to the Task Board. You can restore groups of tasks for up to 24 hours after archiving them. You can continue to send individual tasks back to the Task Board from the Archive at

Shortcut to move between the Task Board and your website

Move easily between tasks on your Task Board and your website with the help of new links in BugHerd.

From your Task Board, click Open Website to go to your website.

Once on your website, you can return to your Task Board by clicking View on Task Board in any of the Tasks in your list.

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New
August 18, 2020

For your eyes only! (Premium feature)

From today, you can choose who sees the comments you add to a task on your BugHerd task board.

When you add a comment, you can now share it with everyone, including the guest who wrote the feedback, or members of your project only.

Simply select All users or Members only below the comment before posting. All users is selected by default.

Comments that are for team members only display on the task in yellow. So you know which ones are public and which are team members only.

Private members comments are available on Premium BugHerd plans and above.

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