What are you working on?
Work often feels fragmented and scattered, and 'too many' is the keyword in this scenario. Teams find themselves using an excess of tools, scheduling too many meetings, and dealing with an overflow of processes. This chaos leads to stress and a loss of overview, even more so when teams collaborate remotely. It's very common for team members to be unaware of what others are working on throughout the week, and even managers may struggle to stay informed.
Recognizing these challenges, Hello Ivy introduced 'The Feed,' a tool designed to address these issues. Think of it as your team's interactive newspaper, keeping everyone consistently updated. It serves as a platform for sharing ongoing work, sharing designs and requesting feedback, celebrating milestones, or providing any other updates. Beyond enhancing team engagement and fostering a positive company culture, The Feed plays a crucial role in creating a more connected team and improving overall efficiency.
Among the many designers using Hello Ivy, The Feed is a valuable design feedback tool. The process is seamless: share your designs directly from Figma, provide context with an explanation, tag the relevant team members, and await the feedback. Hello Ivy facilitates easy annotation of designs, enabling your team to provide visual feedback effortlessly.
Upon receiving feedback, transforming it into a task is a simple step. Once completed, you can effortlessly upload a new version of your designs to the Feed, ensuring your team is promptly notified.
This streamlined approach offers a highly efficient way to request and receive feedback, eliminating the need for frequent meetings and fostering a more productive collaborative environment.
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