Automatic environments for every open pull request.
Get implementation feedback from your designers sooner
Collect feedback from your designers faster by sharing a link to review visually before code review.
Don't wait for code review to finish before getting implementation feedback from Design — if there's a change requested, you'll have to go through code review again.
Instead, get feedback from designers while you're waiting on code review so that you aren't scrambling at the end of a release.
Run other branches without checking out locally
Stop dev server, checkout branch, install dependencies, restart dev server... Sound familiar? Reviewing your peers' work shouldn't be so interruptive.
With FeaturePeek, every branch is waiting for you in a dedicated environment. Running a branch is as easy as visiting a web page.
See your build on another machine before committing to the main branch
There are a slew of reasons why something could work on your laptop, but be busted when it hits the server: local fonts missing, global dependencies not installed, etc.
By using FeaturePeek, you get a preview of how it will look on the server before merging anything to the default branch.
Kiss the "well it works on my machine" excuse goodbye.
Get your reviewers' browser metadata automatically
No more following-up with bug originators about the browser they were using or the URL where the bug occurred.
Commenting on a screenshot or annotation automatically sends along the user's relevant environment metadata like browser version and viewport dimensions.
Confirm that reviewers are actually running your code
Each environment shows the amount of times its been accessed, and by which browsers, so you'll have a sense of how much manual test coverage went into each feature environment.
You can even choose to prevent pull requests from being merged if the environment hasn't been viewed yet.
Remind your reviewers that they have pull requests to review
Set automated nudges in Slack to anyone on your team to review what you've been working on.