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Capiche is a community for software power users to make software more transparent. It's built around the idea that the best details about software come from those who really use it.
Capiche includes a feed with discussions about software, software wikis with community edited detail about software, pricing stories with real-world details about how much teams pay for software, AMA interviews with tech leaders, and more.
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A Capiche product wiki collaboratively written with details about the software.
A Capiche AMA discussion with tech leaders.
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I have several gmail accounts. Superhuman onboarding created a split inbox for me with a calendar ICS and I forgot how to do it. Can anyone provide the steps to do this, please?
Software’s not all that expensive when you buy one app for one person. It saves time and makes you money, and all’s well.
Then your team grows, and by the time you pay for G Suite, Slack, GitHub, and all your other work tools, software’s not such an innocent expense anymore. Pay $75 per person for…
Slack took over modern office communications partly because it's free to start. Any team can sign up for Slack and use all of its core features for free. That's how it slowly got adopted in companies from the bottom up, as smaller teams joined Slack, then got their wider division to start using it…
HubSpot starts out cheap—or free, if you use its CRM. But what would your team pay each month if you rolled it out across your company and used its marketing tools extensively?
Capiche is on a mission to make software prices more transparent, to help you know what software really costs other teams…