There are three different feedback types available to you: The point, the element selector and the content selector. All types have their own use case and each have their advantages and disadvantages. Here we explain when you should use which type.
Point selector - the all-rounder
With this selector you can place your feedback anywhere on the web page. But be careful, the point is only visible on this screen width, where you set it.
You find the space between two text elements too big. Set the dot exactly between the two elements to feedback this.
You notice that a button is too small on a tablet, but looks good on a desktop. Place the dot on the button while viewing the web page on the tablet. The dot will not be visible at desktop size.
Element selector - feedback on a specific element
The element selector gives you the ability to feedback on a specific element. Assuming you don't like how the menu button looks, you can use this selector to feedback exactly that element. Unlike the point selector, the feedback will be displayed on any screen width (or just as long as the menu button is visible).
What all counts as an element:
Button, images, text blocks and titles (H1-H6).
Every element with the given class name:
Content selector - feedback for content related things
You would like to reword a text or you notice that a certain image needs to be replaced, then it's best to reach for the content selector. With it you can select elements that contain either text or an image and write directly in the feedback form how you would formulate the text or which image you would use there.