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Does anyone know a service that offers a google+ style feedback system? It seems that it would be a great way to get feedback from users. If you have not seen it before. I've attached a screen shot.

It allows users highlight the problem and also blank out parts thy don't want to show. enter image description here

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Duplicate: stackoverflow.com/questions/4912092/… – Goran Rakic Jul 11 '11 at 17:28
Jonathan you are correct. I don't believe this is a duplicate question either. Is there a way to move it over there or do I need to do a new post? – John Smith Jul 15 '11 at 7:53
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Check out BugMuncher.

It seems like Google's Feedback system might at some point be made a service of its own, and they have a page where you can register interest.

If your needs are more for things like sharing annotations rather than specifically bugs that'll require screenshots, you might have a look at CoViews.

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I took a look at BugMuncher. It looks like it launched a few days ago. I'll have to keep an eye on it. I hope that google's comes out. – John Smith Jul 22 '11 at 4:41
Usersnap is also worth a try. It integrates with existing bug tracking tools, so you don't need to change your workflow. usersnap.com – Gregor Sep 15 '12 at 10:55

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