With our latest update, you can view customer comments from your Thematic dashboard. Enable comments in any widget with clickable themes, and get an immediate view of the customer, in their own words.
With Thematic's Quick Edit feature, you can edit your themes on the fly as you’re viewing data. And for the first time, you can also change the sentiment!
Our product team's latest invention is the key takeaways widget. It provides a shortlist of key takeaways based on what’s showing up in your data, and it feels like pure magic!
We've updated Thematic's filter interface so it's faster and easier to use. We also have new filtering options and the ability to filter by themes!
Our labels update helps you to get more value from your feedback data, while summarization makes it easier and faster to get insight into how to address an issue.
It’s been a couple of months since our last product announcement. We are itching to share a big new release, and share with you some of the other cool product updates that are now live. Introducing Chat Analytics Chat Analytics is now available for Thematic customers! With this new
As the cold season starts here in New Zealand, our product team needs no further warmth than their fiery ambition to make Thematic a world-class feedback analytics solution. With that out of the way, here’s the latest Thematic product update! We’ve launched our Feedback Tool We’ve realised
This is the second product update we’ve shared on our blog. So far we’re finding this medium a great way for our customers and enthusiasts to keep up to date with what’s new within the platform. Our team is always working hard to improve Thematic, and today
We don’t tend to talk about our product roadmap and updates on this blog, so this is the first blog post of this kind. And we are starting with 3 killer features: * You can now continuously discover more specific themes by interacting with our AI * You can now easily
I rarely visit a bank in person, but I use my bank’s website every week. I’m sure I’m not alone, and often wonder why every banking website I’ve used feels like the equivalent of walking into a building with torn carpet, flickering lighting, and a couple