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Feeedback is a JavaScript widget to easily collect feedback from your users. It’s small, accessible, and customizable.

Feeedback demo

⭐ Getting started

Install the library as a dependency:

npm install feeedback

Or, if you’re using Yarn:

yarn add feeedback

Then import the library:

import Feeedback from “feeedback”;

And initialize it with an optional settings object:

const widget = new Feeedback({
  onSubmit: feedback => new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    // Send feedback to your server

You can also use a CDN:

<script src=“”></script>

When you want to open the feedback modal, you can do:;

🛠️ Development

Start development server with HMR and prettier:

yarn start


Build a production version:

yarn build

💡 Examples

Google Analytics

The easiest way to collect feedback to to use Google Analytics as a backend. If you already have GA loaded on your webpage:

ga(“create”, “UA-XXXXX-Y”, “auto”);

const widget = new Feeedback({
  onSubmit: feedback => new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    ga(“send”, “feedback”, feedback.rating, feedback.message);

Custom backend

const widget = new Feeedback({
  onSubmit: feedback =>
    fetch(“”, {
      method: “POST”,
      headers: {
        “Content-Type”: “application/json”
      body: JSON.stringify(feedback)


Feeedback emits events which you can listen to:

const widget = new Feeedback();
widget.on(“beforeSubmit”, result => {
  // Do something with `result`

You can use .off() to stop listening to an event, and ”*” to subscribe to all events. Events emitted are, in order of lifecycle:

  • ready
  • beforeCreate
  • created
  • open and close
  • reset
  • beforeSubmit
  • submit or error
  • finish

📝 License

MIT © Anand Chowdhary