Even though Userback is designed to collect feedback from websites and web applications, you can also use it to get feedback on images.
All you need to do is upload your image to a web browser and use our browser extension.
Here's how it's done.
1. Download the extension
Follow the instructions here to download the Userback browser extension for Chrome and Firefox.
When adding your project domains, be sure to include the domain for where your images are hosted.
2. Update the extension settings
After the extension is installed, right click the extension icon and select ''Options".
Look for the option called "Allow access to file URLs" and turn this on.
3. Open the image in your browser
When you're ready to get feedback on an image, open it in your browser and click the Userback browser extension to open the feedback widget.
And that's it!
Any feedback submitted on your image will be captured into the Userback project as specified in your Extension Settings.
Note: If you use Userback so that clients can give feedback on your images, then your clients will need to install the Userback browser extension.