In the real world of software development, three groups need a better system when bugs aren't managed efficiently: testers, developers, and product managers. And for these three groups, it isn't uncommon for a bug to move back and forth in the bug life cycle due to a lack of information for them to move forward with. The result? A situation where bugs don't get fixed, stakeholders are frustrated, low-quality products released, and a harrowing user experience.
Enter Bird Eats Bug
, or Bird for short.
Bird addresses such situations because all bug details, including technical data (console log, network requests, etc.), system information (OS, browsers, etc.), video/screenshot, description are captured in one place (a Bird session). As a tester, developer, or product manager, you can easily find the information you need to move onto the next state in the bug life cycle.