Product update: launch date and design preview!

Product update: launch date and design preview!

It’s happening. Our developers are turning into zombies 🧟‍♀️. But that’s ok, because Upvoty is starting to look LITTTT 🔥.

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In this post we want to inform you about the most common questions:

– When the fu*k do you launch?
– And how does this thing looks like?

Well, we’re happy to inform you that we can answer both questions right away.

When the fu*k do we launch?

We’re almost done with all the development for the Upvoty 1.0 release. We will launch in this order:

🚀 Private beta launch (sign up here): December 2018
🚀 Beta launch (Product Hunt, etc.): February 2018
🚀 Upvoty Final Release: March 2019

What does it looks like?

We’re pretty amazed by our designers and we love the designs ❤️ and, of course, we hope you do too. In a previous post you already could see the first sketches, but the final designs are a bit different. Take a look:

dashboard design

Admin dashboard

This is the admin panel dashboard design. Here you can manage all the posts and comments created in your feedback boards.

board admin view

Manage boards in admin

In this section you can manage all of your boards. In this example we only have 1 feedback board for ‘feature requests’. But you can add as many boards as you like. Think about different boards for different feedback like: ‘App feedback’, ‘feature requests’, ‘bug reports’ or even your own team’s feedback board about ‘company culture’. The possibilities are endlessly!

admin view board

Admin board view

In the admin view you can manage all of your boards activity: change statuses, reply on posts and comments, add new posts, etc.

example

Public board view

And of course you can easily add the boards on your own website with the Upvoty widget. You can add boards both private (only visible for your own users) or public (everyone can register and participate). The image above is an example of a feedback board of the startup Workmappy, a website that collects data about places to work from. Their feedback board could look a bit like above where users could add certain feature requests like ‘make an app for it’ or ‘add Nomadlist meta info’ etc.

If you haven’t already, you can subscribe for the private beta here.

We hope you like it 😎

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