Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Gutenburg – provide a “Place Feedback Here” button

  • Resolved MKSnMKS

    (@mksnmks)


    It is quite helpful, when desiring feedback, to make the process as easy and fats as possible.

    At present the user has to go to the WP site, find the plugin, go to support, and start an new topic.

    In this case, a simple “Feedback” button placed in the editor (say top right), with pop-up text saying “Place your feedback Here”, could link directly to plugin support page in a new tab, so all the user then needs to do is login and send their feedback.

    This would help to get feedback rapidly, including from those who might be less able, which means a broader sample of users is available for helping to make it as simple to use as possible.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by MKSnMKS. Reason: added a bit more
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  • Please consider adding these ideas at:

    https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg

    I prefer to be active on this WP site, so please feel free to copy and paste across to where ever you think will be to good use.

    Thank you

    @mksnmks,

    Thank you so much for the suggestion!

    I’ve gone ahead and created an issue on GitHub for this: https://github.com/WordPress/gutenberg/issues/8725

    I would recommend that you mark this ticket on the forum as closed and then subscribe to the GitHub issue if you’d like to follow the progress or add any additional comments.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Micah Wood.

    I prefer to be active on this WP site, so please feel free to copy and paste across to where ever you think will be to good use.

    I can understand that developers like to use GIT because of its version handling features. But this is not a feature that most users are much interested in. The GIT service is not at the WordPress.org site (which it could be, but is not).

    In considering the typical user who might be thinking about joining the testing, having to learn a new site, is a deterent.
    In my case, I give feedback on many items, but if I were to do that on each item’s own website, then I wouldn’t bother due to managing all the bookmarks which would be required (especially if they don’t have feedback buttons which save all that effort).

    If developers are keen to collect feedback, then as broad a capture net as practically possible is desirable – it just depends what methods are considered to be “practical”.

    Thank you

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