I really like the new Notion search. Quite fast and has great filter and sort options. Also allows to open pages in a new tab with a nifty shortcut.
Slack search with an easy cmd+k is one of the most accessible search. While given how diverse and unstructured the messages in an org could be, it does a fab job in giving all the right filters to the user.
LinkedIn is yet another powerful search -- probably the only thing good about the product. You can virtually find the person you are looking for anywhere.
The search tool I use all day, every day is Alfred. The best feature is likely that it learns over time what you're looking for, so if you open Photoshop more than Apple Photos, typing
ph will bring up Photoshop first. Then, you can drill down into your search results, seeing more info about the file or application inside Alfred, choosing which app to use to open a file, and more. Keeps you focused on what you're trying to accomplish without focus switching—something I don't think any online search tool has done quite as well.
Spotlight on iOS fills a similar space (as does Spotlight on Mac), but Alfred's little touches make it better.
Has anyone used SecureFrame for their SOC 2 and ISO 27001 compliance? I'm wondering what are the approximate costs as they are not providing it on their site.
The number of automation tools is increasing, and it's not easy to choose the best tool for each scenario. I started using IFTTT some years ago for automating "banal" stuff like saving a song or m...