No one wants a reputation for ignoring customers, especially product teams. User feedback should be a critical part of your product roadmap so you can ensure you’re building something customers want. Beamer helps product teams use customer feedback to prioritize what to build next—and drive user engagement along the way.
Beamer goes beyond feature requests and Net Promoter Score (NPS) surveys. You can publish changelogs, release notes, and your roadmap to keep users informed and excited about what’s next. Don’t want to communicate into the void? No one does, so Beamer lets you segment users and send targeted, in-app messages to the right people.
But it’s still challenging to incorporate customer feedback and in-product metrics into your roadmap—while keeping product-market fit and business needs in mind. We can’t create your roadmap for you (sorry), but we can help you keep customer feedback top of mind. Create a simple Zap (our word for Zapier’s automated workflows) that automatically sends new feature requests from Beamer to your team Slack channel.
The challenge: It’s a constant juggling act to prioritize user feedback, business needs, and other factors in your product roadmap.
The solution: Keep your team focused on the end-user by automatically sharing new Beamer feature requests in Slack.
Ready to try it yourself? To get started with a Zap template—our pre-made workflows—just click on it, and we’ll guide you through the set-up process. It only takes a few minutes.
Zap difficulty: Beginner
Top tip: Don’t use Slack to communicate with your team? No problem! Beamer connects with tons of team chat tools through Zapier, so you can still easily stay on top of tasks related to your customer forms.
This is just the start of all you can do with Beamer and Zapier. Zapier supports thousands of apps so that you can automate almost any task at work. Start building your Zap now, and see what you can create.
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