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Tiny Feedback Bar by Gekko

Description

With Tiny Feedback Bar, your customer can be anywhere in the world and literally point out exactly what needs to be done. Just point & click to add Tasks, Bugs and New Feature Requests. Tiny Feedback Bar will present you all relevant information about items when you need it. 100% up-to-date.

How does it work?

Tiny Feedback Bar sits comfortably in the bottom of the browser once you’re logged in to WordPress. You and your customer can just point & click to add Tasks, Bugs and New Feature Requests.

Just Point & Click!

With Tiny Feedback Bar, your customer can be anywhere in the world and still be able to point out exactly what needs to be done. No more lenghty or vague e-mails telling you “One of the product pages contains an error”. Forget about wrestling thru countless phone calls, notes and e-mails: from now on you can do what you love and do best!

Customize

  • Use your company logo
  • Custom tag line (example: with your phone number)
  • Links to your company website (or control panel, forum, etc)

Excellent documentation & support

Tiny Feedback Bar is very easy to install and comes with and easy to read manual. In case you have questions visit our Support & FAQ site or use the Forum.

Streamline communications

  • Reduce the number of e-mails you receive
  • No more time wasted searching bits of information
  • All relevant information in one place
  • Always up-to-date, automatically
  • Increase your overview
  • Increase customer satisfaction
  • Maximize profit

Start Now!

Tiny Feedback Bar is free and it will save you valuable amounts of time. Starting today so what are you waiting for? Download now for free and see what Tiny Feedback Bar will do for you. Enjoy!

Want to know more?

Check out our website at: www.tinyfeedbackbar.com

Knowledge base, FAQ’s and Forum

Please check out these sites: the are packed with information that will certainly help you get the maximum result from Tiny Feedback Bar: Support & FAQ
Forum

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Thank you very much!

Screenshots

  • You and your customer can create markers all over your site(s): just point & click from within your browser. This position has been marked in order to have the typo corrected.
  • Visit the Tiny Feedback Bar Dashboard
  • Overview of all Tasks, Bugs or New Feature Requests.
  • Details of one To Do, in this case a Bug.
  • Settings page.
  • Help page: want to know what sites we have ready for you? Read this page.
  • Report Back to Us page: have questions? Found a bug? Want to make a compiment? Use this form to get straight into contact with us.

Installation

  1. Upload the tiny-feedback-bar-by-gekko folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the Tiny Feedback Bar plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the plugin by clicking the ‘Settings’-link in de plugin page or from the left menu ‘Tiny Feedback’

FAQ

What version of WordPress does Tiny Feedback Bar need

As a minimun Tiny Feedback Bar needs WordPress 3.3. For all minimum requirements, please read this article.

What version of jQuery does Tiny Feedback Bar need?

As a minimun Tiny Feedback Bar needs jQuery 1.7.0. For all minimum requirements, please read this article.

Right-click menu not working

Description: In some themes the right-click option (also known as Point & Click) is not available.

See what happened: When using Google Chrome you can click F12 to show Developer Tools. Click the Console tab and reload the page.

If you see any messages like: Uncaught TypeError: Object function (a,b){return new c.fn.init(a,b)} has no method ‘contextMenu’ or Uncaught TypeError: Object # has no method ‘on’

Known causes: jQuery is known to have a conflict when multiple versions of jQuery are loaded.

Known solutions: Try to disable all but the first instance in jQuery. Loading multiple instances of jQuery is unnecessary so avoid that anyway. Especially when you first load the latest version of jQuery and then an older version, is a recipe for conflicts.

My question isn’t in this list

Don’t worry: visit these two sites: Support & FAQ
Forum

If you don’t find an answer for your question there, drop us an e-mail

Credits: Yoast.com

This is my first major plugin and – as you know – all beginnings are hard. To make a smooth start, I looked into the most succesful WordPress plugins around to see how these were build.

The biggest lessons were the one that I learned from WordPress SEO – in
my mind – the best SEO plugin around. As you probably know, that is written
by a fellow Dutchie: Joost de Valk or ‘Yoast’ as most of you know him.

Tiny Feedback Bar has the same structure as I foun in WordPress SEO by Yoast
for which I want to thank Yoast. Because without that example, I would have
lost ALL my hairs. Those of you who know me know what that means.

I hope you will all enjoy the plugin as much as we already have. Have fun!

Contributors & Developers

“Tiny Feedback Bar by Gekko” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

0.3.6

  • Changes:
    • Several general improvements

0.3.5

  • Changes:
    • Small improvement with ‘plugin_dir_url()’-function

0.3.4

  • Changes:
    • SSL-support (thanks to Peter Helander, mobilewebsitegurus.com)

0.3.3

  • Changes:
    • Tested with WordPress 3.6

0.3.2

  • Changes:
    • Minor bug fixe

0.3.1

  • Changes:
    • Fixed error with wrong paths

0.3.0

  • Changes:
    • Minor additions to the main scripts
    • Added: screenshots for WordPress.org
    • Changed the minimum requirement

0.2.0

  • Changes:
    • Fixed one potential bug
    • Added: banners for WordPress.org-site

0.1.0

  • Changes:
    • First public release of Tiny Feedback Bar