# Reporting issues
If you feel you found an issue in
easepick, we will be grateful for letting us know. Before you create a bug report, please read the guidelines on how to do it properly and most efficiently.
Create an example in a code playground like JSFiddle (opens new window).
All issues should be reported in the easepick repository (opens new window) on GitHub.
Things to keep in mind:
- Search for existing issues before starting a new one. This helps to have the backlog in order.
- Be concise and informative, making it easy to understand the problem.
- Do not use the issues pages for asking for help. The project has other communication channels for that purpose.
- Feel free to jump into discussions around issues, exposing your opinion!
Issues with third-party plugins should be reported directly to their developers.