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Now you can copy and move your research data between projects to help reorganize your work.
Fields are now available on your insights. Easily categorize and retrieve research findings by filtering with fields.
We ran our first 30-hour hackathon just before Christmas, and it was a huge success, with nine projects across the company.
Have a field day with fields – a new way to capture structured attributes on your notes in Dovetail and segment your highlights by their values.
Create, maintain, and contribute to a set of ‘global’ tags across projects and build a shared knowledge base by contributing to broader themes. Great for tracking personas, key tasks, core features, and more across projects.
Our product homepage now has quick links to get to projects you’re working on, and a way to filter the feed to things that are relevant to you.
We’ve made a number of updates to improve usability and performance, and made workflows like bulk editing and merging tags with drag and drop easier.
Now you can @mention admins, users, and viewers to tag them in your data and insights, and post comments to start a discussion.
Refactor, organize, and interpret highlights and tags across interviews, participants, survey answers, and any other unstructured data set.
Dovetail’s global search is now easier and faster to use than ever before, empowering you and your colleagues to rapidly search through all the customer research you’ve ever done.
Discover is the first step in a set of features to improve discovery and collaboration of user research across organizations.
Our new modal dialogs, horizontal formatting toolbar, resizable tag gutter, full width mode, and more make navigating Dovetail even faster.
Multiple boards introduces another level of hierarchy in projects and gives you a new way to organize your data. Kinda like sheets in a spreadsheet.
We’ve overhauled charts inside a project with three beautiful new visualizations, new metrics, hover tooltips, shiny animations, and improved legend usability.
You can now set people as Admins, Users, or Viewers at the workspace level. Admins can manage the workspace and edit content, Users can edit content, and Viewers only have ‘read-only’ access to all projects.
Projects now have a place for you to provide an overview for newcomers. Add your goals, hypotheses, research plan, or any other information.
Insights public access is here! Share published insights with people who don’t have a Dovetail login, for example clients or stakeholders. All you need to do is just share a link.
You can now belong to multiple workspaces at once without needing a separate user account. This new feature is great for agencies / consultants who work with lots of clients!.
Summarize user research insights with embeddable references, present insights on the big screen with presentation mode, and share findings with stakeholders and clients.
We have been busy (as usual!) releasing a lot of new features, improvements, and fixes to Dovetail like new insights, starred highlights, new editor shortcuts, and more.
We’re thrilled to introduce you to the newer, faster, and more intuitive Dovetail, available to all customers right now.
2019 is all about nailing our core and scaling to become the obvious user research platform for businesses. Read on to learn about what we’re focusing on to make that a reality.
12 months ago, Dovetail was a brand new product with a handful of features and users. Now we have hundreds of happy customers and thousands of active users. Here’s our year in review.
This week we released our new project access controls to give users more control over who can view and edit projects. This feature is available now for customers on all plans except our Starter plan.
Search all of your notes, tags, insights, and highlights. Refine your results with our powerful new query language, released today.
Drag and drop images, audio, video, and other file types into notes, tags, and insights in Dovetail.
In Dovetail, we analyze the sentiment of sentences, rather than a roll-up of the whole document. This allows for much more granularity, and highlights core pain points or compliments hidden in the document.
This week we launched our brand new charts which help designers, product managers, and researchers combine the power of Dovetail’s qualitative tagging with a quantitative visualization over time.
We’ve collaborated with Zapier to provide a great embedded experience to connect hundreds of apps to Dovetail.
Dovetail has been awarded a $25,000 Minimum Viable Product grant from Jobs for NSW in Sydney, Australia. We’re putting this funding towards a product development investment in automated analysis features.
Kevin William David from Siftery.com interviewed me to talk about Dovetail, how we’re different, and some of our challenges. This post originally appeared on siftery.com and is re-published here with their permission.
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