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What can we do to create quality bug reporting that minimizes disruption to the user flow and at the same time speeds up resolution of bugs?

Despite our best efforts in software testing and quality assurance, two things are constant: 1) bugs, and 2) users finding those bugs. We have little choice but to rely on our users to essentially be quasi-QA for our products.

Because bug reporting is one of the most direct ways our user interacts with us, and the information from bug reports can influence critical product features, it’s an important task flow that should account for…

The quality of bug reports impacts the quality of software. There’s a simple way to create better bug reports.

By Catherinette Rings Steampunk (Daniel Proulx) (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons


Bug reporting is a critical function in software teams and it’s time to take a new approach of using screen recording to make bug reports a lot easier to create and interpret.

The humble bug report

Debugging is essential in the life cycle of software, as any developer can attest to. As a career software developer, I dare say most of a developer’s job is debugging. …

Happy new year all!

We’ve got some big news for you!

The Outclip community has grown to 250+ users as of today! Here at the Outclip Team, we’d like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking the time and trying us out.

As you know, we’re always working to improve your Outclip experience, so in these past few weeks, we’ve made some big changes, check it out:

  1. Instant video uploading:
Shortened video upload time so you don’t have to stare at the spinning circle!

2. Share videos as URLs:


Create and share video clips and screencasts to improve work communication. Get a lot done, quickly. It’s the new way to work.

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