Bird Eats Bug Review: Bird Eats Bug is a browser extension that allows even non-technical people to create data-rich bug reports that empower engineers to diagnose and debug faster. This back-and-forth of manual reporting makes communicating technical issues time-consuming and frustrating for both parties.
The extension allows you to auto-capture system information, network requests, console log, and everything else developers need to diagnose and debug 30% faster. You’ll be able to give more context to each issue while capturing technical data directly from your browser.
The platform captures background data from the web page you’re currently on, storing all technical error data locally on your computer until it’s time to upload your bug report. Use the built-in “Bug Watch” to continuously capture logs and look for errors on designated pages, giving you the power of an in-house monitoring team.
The shared workspace allows you to organize all reports with JIRA, GitHub, and internal bug status labels for clear and concise reporting. You can set different permissions for teams to access reports or update statuses, using either private internal links or public reports with no sign-in required.
With Bird Eats Bug, you’ll be able to do all bug reporting from one interface by integrating with your existing tech stack and uploading sessions directly to your issue tracker. Create new tickets directly from any bug report, add them as issues in Jira, or easily keep track of auto-synced GitHub statuses.
Bird Eats Bug simplifies the technical reporting process, so your developers can focus on the new features without unnecessary back-and-forth. Catch, report, and fix bugs faster.