yes, ruttl is really free to use! The first two web design projects are on us. You can invite your team members to join these projects and start collaborating together to review websites without having to pay a dollar for it!
Absolutely not! Once your project is ready to share, simply click on the share button inside the project page. In the new screen, click on the ‘Link’ text. The shareability toggle should be turned on and the link will be copied to your clipboard. Now all you need to do is share the link with your clients to get the client feedback on the project.
Not at all. Your clients can leave comments directly without login. They simply need to enter their name, and the commenting process can be initiated on the webpage/image.
Answer: In the free version, you have the ability to add up to 5 collaborators on a project. However, when you subscribe to any of our plans, you get to add unlimited collaborators. Click here
to see all our plans.
Currently we have integrated Slack and Unsplash. With Slack integration, you get all your project updates (comments, edits, new page additions, version additions, etc.) directly on Slack. With Unsplash, you get the functionality to change images inside a web design project on the go. We also plan to soon integrate many more tools like Trello, Adobe XD and Sketch. If you would like to get notified of the updates, make sure to follow ruttl on social media here - LinkedIn
After you use the inspect feature to edit and make required changes to the website design, your developers can simply copy the entire altered code under the CSS tab in the Activities Panel. This can then be pasted directly into the code of live website files.
Although this issue rarely occurs, it also depends on the tech stack of the website you are trying to review. Currently, we are supporting static responsive HTML CSS websites. However, we are soon planning to push an update to support dynamic web applications based on technologies such as React, Angular and Vue with login pages as well for feedback collection.
ruttl works with static, WordPress, Vue.js, and React sites for collaborating on visual website feedback. In fact, you can use ruttl to work on pretty much every website. Just paste the website URL and get started!
Absolutely. Simply upload the image, and your team can instantly start leaving comments. The best part - even clients can leave comments - without the hassles of login!
No, ruttl does not support task management. If you’re looking for the same, we would recommend checking out Brutask. It is a simple online to-do list for individuals and small teams. Add, prioritize and time box your tasks to help improve your productivity. Click here
to know more about Brutask and give it a try.
We’ve got your back! Any deleted project gets directly archived inside your ruttl account. In order to retrieve it, visit your project dashboard. On the top left corner, click on active projects and switch it to archived projects. Simply hover over your deleted project and click on ‘Restore project’.
In the top right menu on ruttl’s main dashboard, click on the ‘My Plan
’ section. Here you can click on the Upgrade button, select the plan in monthly/annual mode that best suits you and your team and make the payment. Your account will be upgraded once we successfully receive your payment.
Currently, paying for your ruttl plan is easy - just follow the steps in the above FAQ, and your payment should be successfully completed. With the future updates, our Indian users will also be able to pay through UPI or Netbanking.
Yes, it’s possible to switch but you can only upgrade your plan. Just select the plan, make the payment and your plan should be upgraded once we receive the payment!
ruttl will not be able to recommend anything about your website’s look and feel. We would suggest you to please contact Brucira
by mailing us at email@example.com.
Of course! You can choose to assign Inspect, Comment, or View roles to anyone who might be involved in the entire design feedback process. This way, your managers, clients, and other key stakeholders can review and/or leave comments while your team members make edits to live websites to incorporate those changes.