Record video message to explain bugs
Record video message to collaborate with remote QA teams across time zones. Using a tool like Weet, QAs can walk through bug reports, work flows and update a Weet video in real time without having to start over. Teams can deliver new projects for QA asynchronously too! Cross collaboration among teams has never been this easy.
Why QA pros love Weet to record video messages
A successful bug report is key to your development team’s understanding!
What if there was a way to detail your debug flows by recording a quick video in less time than it takes to do it with plain text?
You can update your record by adding new sections each time you need to report a bug. This is more understable and efficient for your team. Your teammates can report bugs in the same weet as yours!
Your teammates can react on your weet, ask for further explanation or comment on your weet by recording their own screen to share other feedback. Avoid misunderstandings and take back your time!
*A Weet is a short video message with built in sections where your teammates and clients can react and reply.
Record video message to collaborate across remote teams
Weet record video message features
Allow viewers to comment on and collaborate with code
Use the Chrome extension for one-click ease
Describe architecture diagrams for co-authors
Explain debug workflows and get feedback with rich reactions
You'll love Weet record video message
Words don't lie
My team and I love using Weet! It helps us save tons of time on unnecessary meetings so that we can spend more time on meaningful development activities instead.
From one-on-ones to quick instructional overviews, we skip lengthy emails and send a video with Weet instead. Our development team loves it!
Collaborating with my team is so much easier now with Weet. We can get aligned on product objectives and skip the daily meetings we used to have. What a success!
Weet has replaced my daily email habit. I begin writing an email. Then, get to the second paragraph and think “What a time suck!”. I record a Weet instead. It is a better use of my time 😎