What software are you looking for that you've never been able to find, and wish there was something for that exact use case?
Maybe there's something that almost fits your needs but not quite. Or maybe you are getting by with another product, but would jump instantly if there was something better. Or perhaps, there's no software in the world that does anything like what you need.
That tool might be hiding out there—so maybe the Capiche community can help you find it!
I would like a tool to better organize/group my social media followers and their content across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn. Am I following the same person on all 4 platforms and are they posting the same thing across all 4 platforms = overkill OR do I have a quiet Linkedin connection that posts a lot on Instagram and I should follow them there?
I would love a tool where you could upload a screencast and it would automatically censor/blur personally identifiable information, like email addresses and phone numbers. I do a lot of screen recordings for pageflows.com and editing this stuff out is a pain. I imagine machine learning would make this possible.
Another one would be some sort of AI that would make audio recorded with a crappy Mac/iPhone mac sound great, like it was recorded with a good mic. I've been told this isn't possible, but I refuse to believe that!
I would love to see a collaborative SAAS/Social media software that (a) does not prey upon the frailties of the human mind and its psychology (b) does not treat humans as a product (c) treats humans and their privacy as sacrosanct and non-negotiable.
I’d love my email tool to understand the parts of an email I really look for and highlight them to make it easy to scan through emails faster.
In confluence emails, I’m looking for the changes. In Freshdesk notifications, the note and the link to the ticket matters most.
Maybe I could highlight emails coming in and then the algorithm learns the best ways to highlight parts of an email going forward. I’d pay for an email client which could do this or an extension on top of Gmail?
An integrated solution for the following - my currently used app/service in (parenthesis):
* personal task manager (OmniFocus)
* personal time tracking (Timing App)
* team project management (Asana)
* time boxing software (Google Calendar)
* calendar software (Fantastical)
"Integrated solution" could mean any of:
* one single app doing all of it
* several apps/services, but tightly integrated
* one underlying standardized database/data structure for all the information accessed by specialized apps for different kinds of manipulation, extraction, visualizations etc.
Some examples of the last point in other domains:
* IMAP server, accessed and manipulated by:
* my computer mail client (MailMate)
* my iOS mail client
* the SaneBox service
* an IMAP web client
* My Google Calendars, accessed and manipulated by:
* my time tracker Timing App
* Fantastical, my calendar application
* colleagues, through various means, for my shared calendars
A web browser with a new take on navigation/tabs/browsing history, similar to what is dfescribed in this article: Lossless Web Navigation with Trails | by Patryk Adaś | freeCodeCamp.org | Medium
Something allowing a centralized way to receive, send and search interpersonal text communication through one single service-agnostic tool, that I can tune to my liking. For example: mirroring all messages on Facebook Messenger, SMS, Slack, Whatsapp, Telegram, and so on, to email on my IMAP server, allowing me to read and search for them there.
Faster operating systems. My well-speced 1 year old MacBook Pro is still too unresponsive to my interactions, also directly after a fresh boot. I'd prefer less than 200 ms on any of my commands/interactions. (No, I'm not ready to go to pure CLI, tiled window managers and the likes.)
Every software I use right now but AI-enhanced to speed up my interactions with it. Interaction is a cost center in interface design
Something like 1Password, but with the added functionality of, in the background, keeping me logged in to all my accounts all the time, so I can reach any webpage, logged in, with at most 200 ms from entering the command/pressing the hotkey.
I'd love to see two:
1. A worthwhile travel booking platform with smooth booking and approval processes - not Egencia, Concur etc.
2. A handful of the various SaaS that we use day to day under one roof - less fragmentation
I wish there was a tool that would combine all the messages and requests a person gets as SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, etc. and makes it a seamless link between the messaging channel and calendar.
You're trying to schedule a catch with a friend over Messenger, an old colleague is emailing you to get some time together, and the list goes on.
Not exactly a software but.. why in 2020 can we not leave native video voicemails?? Unanwered FaceTime calls (iPhone) just end and give you the option to text the person. Yes - you can record a video and send it as a text, but this should be native across all major phone carriers by now.
And on a similar phone-inefficiency note, two major upgrades needed for texting:
1) Remind me about this text later
2) Threads/Reply to for specific messages
Straight out of the Slack notebook, these features shouldn't be too difficult to implement and would be game changing.
1, A universal no-code API which every SaaS will integrate into their core platform, allowing them to connect to other SaaS that use the same API, rather than the user having to use Zapier to achieve that for themselves. I think StoryScript is already doing some kind of it, but not sure because they don't public beta yet.
2, A platform to help me create macros for every SaaS I use. Some sort of RPA, but like an overlay on the browser to create automation inside a SaaS tool. I don't have much hope in waiting for the SaaS to bring automation to their own platform.
I would love for something that can solve social engineering fraud. As a fintech B2C company, it is a big problem. The tool can probably detect when the user is using teamviewer or anydesk while using the application and give a red signal. Probably it can use activity history too to predict the chances that an account has been compromised.
A media monitoring software where you could aggregate complementary news contents on any specific subject from multiple sources (ideally multiple languages). The aim would be to get any story in more details in one block divided into sections.
It would be awesome if there was a Team inbox Saas like Front which we currently use. That could have Dialpad SMS as a channel that way our Customer support can see SMS coming in and reply to them within a team inbox Channel. ; )
As the ML/AI capabilities are increasing and it is becoming more and more necessary to separate what is fake and what is real (deepfakes, AI generated news report etc), I perceive a tool, which can help us understand what is fake and what is not, as to be very helpful and powerful and applicable in wide range of domains. Its applicable in Social media, news, Internet chats etc. If the tools doesnt exist in place, the effect of fake news can be detrimental and can create havoc in the modern fragile world where we already have seen few examples in BLM movement and the Pandemic.
I'd love to have a tool that connects to my analytics tools, ad platform tools, CMS, and payment tools, and that will give me the exact ROI of all our marketing actions, while recommending me which attribution model to use, given our business. I feel we would invest more in marketing if we knew this along with the time to purchase.
I’d love to see an app that allows you to bubble up contacts I haven’t spoken with in some time so that I can renew relationships with them.
I wish there's a tool where I can manage my to-do-list synced on all devices. There exist many productivity tools but I want one where I can categorize and sub-categorize my tasks, add tags and share common tasks with the team. There are many solutions available like Airtable and Notion but most of these tools are complex in terms of usability. I'm looking for a tool as simple as Notes but focused for to-do-list.
I would love a lightweight task manager like Asana with robust knowledge management functionality, similar to Notion or Confluence, and roadmapping features (similar to Roadmap). In theory, Notion gets close to accomplishing all of these objectives but it's a pretty poor Asana replacement, in my opinion, and doesn't match Roadmap (feature for feature).
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