It's around $20K/year and requires annual contracts, but it does seem wayyy better than Crunchbase etc. Do you think it's worth the premium they charge?
Pitchbook is quite expensive but still has valuable data and reports that we use frequently. The reason why it's not a definite yes is that you have alternative sources (Crunchbase primarily), that you can get funding data for a variety of companies. For early-stage deals, it's rarely accurate, but for growth-stage deals the funding details - investors, valuation, timing, etc. is helpful. I would say if you're a small fund with limited management fee and focused on early stage, it's tough to justify. If you're a larger fund and you are doing later stage deals where that intel is valuable I think it's worth it.
Especially for personal to-dos and tasks that you need to accomplish outside of your team, what is your favorite app and tricks for getting the most out of it?
Last week, Slack announced some new features, including a WYSIWYG rich text editor.
Along with the addition of this feature, they changed the Markdown functionality to render formatting in-line.