Within the admin portal, you and your team can use the settings panel to access all the controls needed to customize your experience with UserVitals. Here you can control items such as the settings for your team, customer portal, integrations, and billing. Let's dive in to each settings component
Here you can change your name, profile picture, and email. Also, feel free to add your secondary email that you may want to log in with.
Get an organized and comprehensive view of recent customer insights submitted by scheduling email notifications. Choose between daily, weekly, monthly or disabled, depending on your personal preference.
Easily add your team members to join your UserVitals workspace by sending them an email invite. Once they're a team member, they will have access to all admin level activities such as collecting feedback, using the admin portal, and controlling the customer portal.
The UserVitals customer email is a weekly email with recent stories from the previous week. When enabled it's sent to all customers registered on the customer portal. Customers will benefit by getting caught up on the recent story updates and understand what pieces of feedback your team is currently analyzing. By being transparent with customers, you can attract further feedback on the stories sent.
Keep your stories and changelogs organized with labels. Make it easier for your team to better understand your stories at a glance with specific labels that your team is familiar with using to sort information. Also, allow customer to more easily understand what a changelog entry is about with labels that describe the product update made. Use different colors for labels to help differentiate them.
You can update your company branding at any time so that it is always accurate. All of this branding will be visible to customers on the customer portal. You can update your company logo, name, subdomain, Twitter handle and brand color.
The subdomain is the subdomain for your customer portal, and will appear in this format:
Customer Portal URL: acme.uservitalshq.com
Your logo, name, and brand color are shown within the customer portal, and your Twitter handle will be linked on the changelog page under "Follow us on Twitter".
Having control over what your customers and the public can view is incredibly important, which is why we have visibility customizations for the customer portal.
The customer portal has the option of being public, private, or disabled.
On top of that, admins can also choose which specific features of the customer portal are enabled or disabled.The three features include Roadmap, Changelog, and Feedback. If a feature is disabled, then it will not appear in the customer portal at all.
It is important to note that the configurations (i.e Public, Private, Disabled), override the changes made underneath to disabling or enabling certain features. Learn more.
Use categories to organize your stories in the admin portal and also roadmap items in the customer portal. You can add and delete these categories at any time.
By default, UserVitals uses its own authentication. Single sign-on provides a seamless feedback experience by automatically authenticating your users with their existing accounts.
Learn about how to install single sign-on.
Here you can connect UserVitals to your company's Slack channels with just a few quick steps (learn more about integrating with Slack). Also, you have options to toggle on/off instant notifications sent to a Slack channel for the activity that happens in UserVitals. These activities include insights added to new or existing story, and changes to the state of a story (such as changing status to Planned).
Connect your UserVitals account with your Intercom app (learn more about integrating with Intercom). Add feedback directly from any Intercom conversations, and directly view related stories & insights.
Connect UserVitals to Help Scout to view all past insights and stories submitted by a contact when opening up their HelpScout conversation. Your team members can seamlessly click on the links that lead them to the customer's stories and contact pages on UserVitals.
An application programming interface key is a unique identifier used to authenticate a user, developer, or calling program to an API.
When you first create an account, UserVitals creates subdomain.uservitalshq.com for you. Alternatively, you can use your own website (e.g. feedback.yoursite.com). All you need to do is add the domain to the Custom Domain page and UserVitals will verify and setup SSL certifications automatically.
UserVitals is currently in early access! Get in touch with us about a paid plan by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.