It's a new month—time to meet the newest community members again!
New to Capiche? We’d love to have you share a bit about yourself with the rest of the community!
What are you working on this month? What’s the newest software you’ve started using? What’s something in tech you’d like to learn or get better at?
We’re glad you’re here!
And to meet the rest of the community, check our May Meet the Community discussion.
This is Pratik, I run a small agency focused on B2B SaaS startups, mainly early stage - Check it at recurr[dot]co. I am the typical early adopter for almost every new saas that I come across, have spent significant amount in free trials I forgot to remove my card from :D
Super kicked to be here. I have been loving what Figma has done to design collaboration recently, making my team shift to it in a phased way now :D
I'm Jessica. Just finishing up a grad degree while doing comms work for two nonprofit orgs. I'm trying to grow a newsletter list.
Would love to move out of my space into the startup space, but too scatterbrained and all over the place at the moment! All I know is that I'm a writer and communicator at heart obsessed with relationships and personal development -- and I want those two things to take me far.
I love Canva, OneTab, and am starting to play with Notion. I like playing with new tech tools as I try to organize my mind, but often it just means I flitter from one to the next -- leaving project threads everywhere.
I'm so curious about founders and want some mentors in this space! Teach me your inner language.
Hey folks 👋
Loving the vibe of this community. I'm Udara (generally pronounced U-dara), I have a hard time describing myself because I started off as a digital artist in Sri Lanka, taught myself how to program and build things, moved to Canada to study Bioinformatics in university and now I build and run Clew – where we're hell-bent on helping folks cut through the noise that gets in the way of their productivity and flow state.
Super enthusiastic about this community because it reminds me of DeviantArt forums/groups where people cut through the bs and agendas to just freely connect around their art and passion – I can see myself loving that side of this community as a founder and maker.
Looking forward to meeting more of you ✌️
I'm a Product Management consultant and former (+ likely future) founder. Currently do most of my work via Toptal and some of it direct, across various industries, company stages and geographies - although mostly US based funded startups at pre-seed through Series A, with a focus on edtech, healthtech and fintech.
Have been doing this work remotely for ±5 years now.
Excited to be here. I always try to stay on top of new products so as to make my own work better/more efficient and make better recommendations to clients.
Some of my favorite products lately are Figma, Loom and Krisp.
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I did join in June... So I should chip in before June ends.
I have been involved in IT for over 20 years. Over that time, I have used a number of tools. I love to consume content and try out tools with anything related to productivity, notetaking, content organization, etc.
I'm very much a fan of systems to improve productivity (like GTD and other concepts) and also fascinated by how available software impacts those systems. I believe that in the end, each individual ends up with their own system and workflow, partly tailored by their personality, their need, and also by the tools they chose.
I look forward to hearing about others, how they think, and how they work using this new crop of SaaS tools.
I'm Anuj - I just published Growth Hacking for Dummies a couple months ago (a book I wish I had 5 years ago).
I'm a natural-born curator so always attracted to communities like this that serve that purpose. I'm looking forward to all the learning.
PS: The one small app thats keeping me sort of efficient is OneTab - I tend to have all the tabs possible open (I know I'm not the only one that does this)
my name is Oliver and I work as a marketing manager in a software development startup. The newest software I started using is project management software, mostly because of quarantine. Like to check out more of these here!
Hi, I'm Evan and I'm the co-founder of SubHub. We built SubHub 16 years ago when we saw the subscription economy beginning to take off. SubHub is intended to make it easy for anyone to publish content and charge for it via subscription, membership, one-off downloads and other techniques. We're always looking for new ideas for features to help our site owners to profit from their knowledge and passion. Feedback always welcome. Glad to be here on Capiche.
My name's Eric. I run sales at Vanta. We've built software that automates all things SOC 2, ISO27001, and HIPAA (so far).
Before joining Vanta, I was at DataFox - so I feel very well versed in all things sales and marketing tools (in case folks have questions for me about any of those).
I'm currently learning more about on-site chat tools like Drift and Qualified - all in the name of increasing our website to MQL conversion ratio.
If anyone has experience building "experiences" with either of these tools, I'd love to connect. The idea of using bots + humans is sounding more and more compelling.
I'm Antoine from Paris 🇫🇷. By day, I'm a Growth Marketer in a french education company, and by night I work on side-project for marketers.
My last projects are SaaSFrame.io, an example library for SaaS marketers & product designers, and theGrowthList.co, a library of growth tactics.
Really excited to be here to learn from you guys and share my experiences on SaaS marketing :D
I've used Airtable extensively to build simple internal apps as minimal viable products, but would love to build something bigger without coding. What are your favorite tools to build MVPs?
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Sticky notes on a wall? Random ideas on a whiteboard? Outlining or mind-mapping apps? Kanban cards, notes connected in a Roam Research-style wiki, random ideas scribbled down on paper until somethi...