The Usersnap QA widget works on all major desktop and mobile browsers.
If your website or web app is protected behind a firewall or require users to be authenticated, you will need additional settings when setting up Usersnap. You can find the relevant information here.
Alternatively, we also offer CMS plugins & extensions.
Once you've applied these changes to your website or web app, you will see the Usersnap button on your site. You can now start sending feedback and creating bug reports on your website.
Usersnap offers plugins & extensions for major content management systems. So no need to implement any code. Just use our existing plugins for your website or web app.
Usersnap is available as WordPress plugin, installing it is straightforward. You can download it here.
Usersnap is available for Drupal 8 and Drupal 7.
Download the plugin: Usersnap for Drupal 8
git clone --branch 8.x-1.x
Download the plugin: Usersnap Drupal 7
git clone --branch 7.x-1.x
After installation, please enter your API-Key in the plugin settings. This plugin enables 'permissions' so you can enable Usersnap for different roles on your page.
Drupal support is still experimental - Please contact us, if you need help: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Stefan from dorftv.at for this contribution!
Download Usersnap for Joomla: Usersnap for Joomla.
Add the Usersnap plugin to your Joomla-Installation, after that, enter your API-Key in the "Usersnap" menu into the field "API-Key". You're up and running!
We are supporting Typo3 with a very simple template configuration. A step-by-step guide to getting Usersnap on Typo3 can be found here.