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Bug Reporting. Anytime. Anywhere.

Welcome to Effi Blog!! Are you interested in having the ability to bug report directly on your phone from any place at anytime? Then Effi may be able to help. Watch the Youtube video below to see what Effi is all about. Here are some article links on mobile bug tracking. A Startup Tool that […]

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Simplify Your QA Workflow

Welcome to Effi Blog!! Are you interested in simplifying your QA workflow and getting rid of all those unnecessary apps? Then Effi may be able to help. Watch the Youtube video below to see what Effi is all about. Here are some article links for tips on how to simplify your QA workflow. A Startup […]

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Crystal Clear UI/UX Feedback

Welcome to Effi Blog!! Are you interested in organizing, simplifying, and clarifying your UI/UX? Then Effi may be able to help. Watch the Youtube video below to see what Effi is all about. Here are some Effi article links on Visual UI/UX Feedback. Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon For more […]

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Easy and Stylish QA Point Comments

Welcome to Effi Blog!! Are you interested in organizing your QA process with collapsible, stylish, and on-image point comments? Then Effi may be able to help. Watch the Youtube video below to see what Effi is all about. Here are some Effi article links on the QA Process. Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming Soon Coming […]

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Simple and Beautiful Task Management Platform

Welcome to Effi Blog!! Are you interested in being able to bug track on mobile devices and then conveniently uploading those bug IDs, comments, and screenshots to a beautifully organized web platform to share with your coworkers and other software such as JIRA? Then Effi may be able to help. Watch the Youtube video below […]

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Effi Journal

Communication: Effi’s Startup Journal Post 2

Communication can be hard in any workplace but imagine if you did not even speak the same language. This was a major problem when first arriving to Effi. As an international startup it was hard to properly communicate through broken English and over-exaggerated hand gestures.

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