Clearly state how you want to receive feedback
Fragmented feedback can be a headache to keep up with.
If you're receiving feedback from multiple sources – such as Slack, Loom, or Figma – it can be difficult to keep track of all the comments and suggestions. By clearly stating how you want to receive feedback, you'll make it easier for your reviewers to provide their thoughts in a centralised location.
You want people to be able to riff from each other's ideas.
When feedback is fragmented across different channels, it can be hard for reviewers to build on each other's thoughts and ideas. By receiving feedback in a single location, you'll encourage more collaboration and allow your reviewers to build on each other's insights.
There's no one-size-fits-all solution.
Different methods of receiving feedback will work better for different projects and teams. For example, you might find that Loom comments are a good fit because they are tied to timestamps and visible while someone is watching for the first time. Alternatively, you might prefer to receive feedback in a shared online document or through a specific tool like Figma. By clearly stating how you want to receive feedback, you'll make it easier for your reviewers to provide their thoughts in a way that works best for you.
Overall, clearly stating how you would like to receive feedback is an important step in getting the insights you need to improve your work. By centralising feedback and encouraging collaboration, you'll be more likely to receive targeted and actionable feedback that can help you create the best design possible.