Did you know that you can set the Feedback Widget to only display for certain people?
It's a great way to get feedback from your clients after their websites have gone live as it means the Feedback Widget will only be available to them and not the general visitors to their website.
Here's how it's done.
1. Hide the Feedback Widget
To hide the Feedback Widget by default, go to Project Settings and select Edit Widget.
From there, progress to the Form tab and turn on "Auto Hide for API".
When you are done, be sure to save your settings.
2. Add the Widget Code to the website
Back on Project Settings, select Get Widget Code and follow the instructions to add the code to your site.
At this point, even though the widget has been added to the site, it will not be visible to anyone.
3. Send the Widget URL to your clients
To invite your clients (and anyone else) to give feedback, simply send them the Widget URL which is located in the Widget Code modal.
Note: The Widget URL is connected with your Project URL. So you will need to make sure that your Project URL has been added correctly in your Project Settings.
And that's it!
Now when anyone visits the Widget URL, they will see the Feedback button and have the ability to give feedback on the page.