For you lazy "I don't wanna type all that feedback" designers.
10 months ago
Hahaha genius! love it.
@Kerem Suer what if someone get the multiple audio feedback? how it will display all the multiple feedback? how that will work and how will you reply of the audio feedback?
Great stuff! But was wondering the same thing as @Paresh Khatri ::::✈
Amazing. That's all I could say.
@Paresh Khatri ::::✈ good questions. I think an audio feedback would act just like a "like". You can leave one audio feedback per shot.
We can bake the audio feedbacks into the responses sorted by time. So the shot author can respond to each audio feedback only once. Others can listen the feedback and the response, but they can't respond to other users audio feedbacks.
More shots coming soon :)
Yes, please. @Dan Cederholm knows how to implement this ;)
Wouldn't dictation ideally help solve this? You wouldn't really want to force anyone to have to rely on their speakers to know what you had to say.
But what if I want to edit my feedback? You know we have the ability to edit our "typed by not so lazy designers" feedback when it is a message :)
"Designing sure is fun, I just wish I didn't have to read and write so much."
- No one
@Matt Zanchelli refer to @Rogie's shot. The listening is the greatest aspect.
Haha, i want try ; D
Why not to use the way we all used to? First, put it to comments, se we can see it along with the comments.
Second, as far as it's concept you can think of dictation or the same as on youtube that generates subtitles automatically — so you can listen record, or read transcribed text.
impossible is nothing great job @Kerem Suer
There goes the traffic budget... ;-)
did anyone else turn the volume up on their computer or just me?
Really rad, but I got a thought - what if the record icon turned into a red "recording" circle while you were recording?
Then when you hover the red recording circle, it changes to a stop square
FTW. That would be so rad!
Yes! I love it and I WANT it! :)
@Rogie you know I actually sketched it out with the record button rather than stop. And I was thinking Dribbble barely introduces new colors for actions, so that's why I sticked to pink and grey, but you might be right, this might actually be one case that they use a more universal red recording circle. I will rebound this guy today, thanks dude.
It's awesome idea, for trolling.
1. Why would I want to listen to someone who's too lazy to type?
2. Wait - do I need more arguments?
HH nice one :D
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