In Usabilla, you can automatically or manually add labels to your feedback items. This is a big part of Feedback Management in Usabilla, because the labels allow you to easily filter out relevant feedback, and forward them to different stakeholders within the organization. But which labels should you use?
Below we've compiled a list of often-used labels by other companies and a short description of what they're used for.
Label by Section
Adding labels based on sections of your website can be very useful since it enables you to quickly see which sections generate the most positive/negative feedback. Examples:
Label by Type
Type labels can indicate what type of feedback is left. This labeling allows you to quickly drill down in your feedback analysis, and see (for example) of all the feedback that came in on Payment, how much was labeled as a bug, and how much as a complaint? Examples:
Label by Department
These can help you 'tag' the department or team who should follow up on certain feedback items or for whom viewing only certain feedback is relevant. Adding department labels makes it far easier to create 'Save Filters' for certain stakeholders. Examples:
Label by Status
These labels are used to keep track of the status of feedback items. They can be used in addition to Usabilla's standard statuses. Examples:
Examples of a labeled Feedback Items
The following item was auto-labeled with 'suggestion' based on a conditional forms question that the user selected in the feedback form. It could also be auto-labeled with 'Demo Request' because the user used the word 'demo' in his comment.