The product team owns a number of user feedback sources.
We check both HubSpot and Salesforce before replying to feedback to ensure another team has not already replied. We bcc all of our email replies to feedback into HubSpot and Salesforce so everyone can reference the communication.
If there are questions or takeaways that might impact a customer or prospect relationship, such as if the feedback is particularly strong (positive or negative) or timely, we also sometimes notify the relevant Sales/CE team member with a threaded reply in the #feedback channel in Slack.
A single product manager owns the below general feedback channels for 2-4 weeks at a time, and then rotates this responsibility to the next-in-line product manager.
The feedback workflow doc lists the current responder.
We do our best to respond to any actionable feedback within 24 hours.
A detailed explanation of the current process and the suggested reply structures can be found in the feedback workflow doc.
The PM on feedback rotation labels and forwards issues that others create to the right teams, because those outside the Sourcegraph GitHub organization cannot add labels. This GitHub search is a fast way to find these issues.
All issues labeled with a team’s name are automatically added to the team’s board for triage.
Slack #feedback channel
For both self-contained product feedback slack posts and for new GitHub issues with #feedback labels (which automatically cross-post to Slack), the product manager on feedback rotation:
- Sends the feedback to Productboard
- Tags the relevant team’s stakeholders – usually the product manager and/or engineering manager – in the Slack thread
See the browser uninstall feedback section of the feedback workflow doc.