Large volumes of customer feedback lead to a host of problems: fragmentation, poor recollection, inaccurate translation, and more. Herald consolidates feedback in one place, giving you the time to focus on serving customer needs.
Consolidate feedback from multiple channels.
Your team works hard to support users over their preferred channel: email, chat, text, or even a call. Our Chrome Extension, Slack app, and Front plugin allow you to collect customer feedback from any and all channels in just one click.
Precisely recall a customer's every word.
Easily see the history of feedback from any given customer. Our dashboards even show what portion of a customer's feedback has already been addressed and what's still remaining.
Herald also supports B2B businesses, making it easy to pull up feedback from all the users at a given company.
Break down silos across customer-facing teams.
Members of sales, marketing, customer success, product management, and user research are talking to customers. Herald eliminates knowledge silos and prevents organizational bias by bringing customer insights into one place.
Don't just take our word for it,
see what our customers have to say.
Before Herald, I had no idea what teammates were talking to customers about unless they brought it up during a meeting.
The biggest value to us is staying organized and staying on top of all the feedback we are getting. We have lots of different customers and we communicate with them thru different channels: we talk over email, we do interviews over phone and Zoom, we also have Instagram DMs back-and-forth. With all these communication channels, all of this feedback just gets lost. And even if they brought it up, we'd never write it down anywhere. Before Herald, it was all just scattered around.
One thing that helped us get everything there quickly was that Herald is a browser extension so we didn't have to switch tools.
The main benefit Herald gives us is that it provides a single repository of user feedback. In Herald, we store everything from suggestions, to bugs that come up, to complains, to ideas, to positive testimonials — any interaction that we have with a customer. Our main customer channel is WhatsApp and we use a third-party tool on top of WhatsApp to support our customers. Herald works with this tool, and let us highlight customer quotes or phrases and tag them with topics — helping us understand how many people have had this issue or have brought up a feature request. We also add quotes from our user interviews to Herald.