What do you like best?
StepShot takes the hassle out of creating a step by step guides using screenshots by automating the screen capturing process. The traditional ways of doing things are preparing to take a step, prepare the screen capture application, capture the screen, edit the image, save the image, rinse and repeat for the next step. But StepShot will automatically turn every click of the mouse into a screenshot. It means that users can go through any process that they need to share without having to go back and forth between the apps. And at the end of the process, a set of screenshots is ready.
What do you dislike?
The user interface, at least on Mac, can use an upgrade to a more modern look. The image editing tools can also be improved with more options to fit different personal aesthetics. Some users might want to be able to choose the type of arrow that they can use, while others might want to get rid of - or adjust - the shadow that automatically appears under every element.
Recommendations to others considering the product
If you create tons of step by step guides, you won't go wrong with Stepshot.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
The app cuts the time and effort needed to prepare step by step guides. It takes some getting used to at first but when you get the hang of it, StepShot can be a lifesafer.