We’ve got a new category of integration to announce today: session recordings! Doorbell might not provide session recording by itself, but that’s not a problem with you can build an awesome integration with other tools that do it really well!
It’s incredibly exciting to be able to announce that we have a new integration available: Front! If you ever wished Front had an embeddable form/widget for your website/app, this is the integration for you!
Doorbell at the moment has 20 integrations with Project Management systems, and we’re really excited our 20 ½ (?!?) integration: Basecamp 3.
Just 2 weeks ago, the team at Slack released a brand new feature: Dialogs. This creates an amazing opportunity for Doorbell to allow replying to messages, right from Slack’s interface!
Our new integration has just landed: UpWave! Doorbell already has integrations with many popular project management systems, but we can’t only be catering to the big project management systems.
Common problem: You’ve got a product/app/startup which you’ve recently launched. You want to promote it, but there’s no money for a marketing person. Not yet, anyway. One of the easiest things to do, is to find a question on Quora, to which your product is the answer. It’s simple. It’s free. But, you don’t want to be one of those people shamelessly plugging their own thing.
No matter how good your FAQ might be, and how clear your site is, there is still a high chance that you’ll keep getting the same questions coming in over and over again. To make life easier, Doorbell now has canned responses!
A feature almost all CRMs have is email read receipts. Even though Doorbell is not a CRM, it can certainly be helpful to know if the messages you sent have been read or not. As of today, Doorbell has read receipts.
Over the past months, the fine folks at Slack have been hard at work making it easier for applications to create integrations. With the availability of the Slack button, it makes it far easier to add the Slack integration compared to the old way!
Since Doorbell first went live, one of the most frequently requested features has been allowing anonymous feedback. We can of course see why (not all users want to share their email address), but it obviously has some major implications to the flow of things (you can’t reply to the feedback, for example). We’ve been beta testing this feature for a while, and we’re very proud to say that we’ve just released it to everybody!