Let’s face it, a website is never really complete. Even post delivery, your clients will continue to need a few changes here and some minor edits there. And rightly so. Ensuring that a website stays relevant in today’s fast-paced digital age is vital to a company’s success. Consistent traffic, enhanced SEO and strong Google rankings are just some of the perks of a well-oiled website engine.

Website maintenance is usually handled in one of two ways – via an external agency or via an in-house development team. Either way, the routine set of tasks stay the same. These include removing spam comments on posts, deleting old content, tweaking certain sections of pages and fixing server and load errors. While emails are one way to communicate these changes, there is a much better way to streamline the maintenance flow in the long run.

Enter Dart.

Using Dart for Maintenance

Maintenance is a never-ending process. That is why it needs to be as simplified and orderly as possible. Dart helps bring in this much-needed stability.

Using Dart for Maintenance


  • Audio-Visual Feedback

    Clients can record their voices and their screens simultaneously to explain their issues with a clarity like never before.

  • Cost and Time Efficient

    Save heaps of cash and oodles of time by cutting down the amount of back and forth communication needed for every small change.

  • Organised Communication

    Say goodbye to lengthy and confusing email chains and never-ending Skype calls as you communicate with your clients using a unified platform.

  • Remote Collaboration

    Easily collaborate with remote teams and clients as you share ideas and inputs via a centralised review portal.

  • Auto-Detection of System Specs

    Dart automatically detects specs such as screen resolution, browser size, OS version, etc. of the system that was used to raise the issue.

  • Regenerate Bugs with Ease

    Using a combination of markups, screen recorders and audio-visual tools, clients can now point out exact bug locations in a matter of seconds.