Bug

What is a bug?

An error, mistake or failure in a computer program that causes accidental results, is also called as a software bug. It brings just a problem to users and customers. Bugs are caused by errors made in a program’s source code or design or by producing incorrect code. Bugs can cause crashing the program or freeze the system. Some bugs can be fake and not real, so it is necessary to have more information about to follow up with them.

FAQ

What is a bug?

Bug, in IT means a bug or glitch in a program or hardware system. Unexpected system behavior occurs as a result of the bug. It is any behavior or result that stands against how the program or system was designed.

Why should you avoid bugs?

Not every mistake can be avoided. Often it is not dependent on our actions, but many mistakes can be avoided. Why is it important? Errors that pop up on your system or on your website can cause losses. And while a short-term error will not threaten your company largely, a large-scale and long-term error can bring you large financial losses, as well as an outflow of customers from your brand.

How to access a list of bugs in LiveAgent?

A list of new features and fixed bugs can be found in the changelog at: https://dev.ladesk.com/all/. It is worth following and checking if any errors occur.

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