There are two different views in Receptive, and as an admin you'll have access to both:
Your customers will only have access to one view:
The admin view has additional options including Browse, Reports, and a menu item in the top right hand corner with Settings, Customers, Team Members, etc.
This is what the admin dashboard looks like:
If you see your logo in the top left hand corner, clicking "suggest" in the left navigation will allow you submit a request to your product team.
This is what Receptive's customer view looks like:
You'll see a list of our latest releases and our logo in the top left corner.
How to switch between the views
To switch to the customer view from the admin view (or suggest a feature for our product team), click the menu button in the top right hand corner and select "Request Receptive feature".
Now you're a customer in our dashboard, where you can easily submit new requests, vote on other requests, and update your priorities.
Your customer view comes in the form of the dashboard or the embedded widget.
This is what you see when you go to "Request Receptive Feature" in the drop down menu, but your customers will see your logo, colors and brand name.
(Since you're a customer of Receptive, you'll see our logo when you go to this view.)
Again, when your customers view your customer dashboard, they see your logo, colors and company name.
Note: When you submit features and you see our logo, you're submitting ideas / requests to our product team. (Thank you!)
You have the option to embed Receptive into your product, allowing your customers to provide feedback without leaving your site or application.
If you have the embedded widget switched on, then your customers will see a tab on the right-hand side of your product.
When clicked, the tab will expand into the Receptive dashboard which your customer can then use to provide feedback and view requests.
You can see what the embedded widget looks like first hand using the following link:
To learn more about the embedded widget, including how to switch it on or off, head over here.