Is there any Web-based SaaS product you use for your day job or personal work, at least 4 hours per day?
Is it forced (you're mandated to) or value-based (it's crucial for the problems that you're trying to solve)?
Do you use it on your own, or it's a company-wide choice or a standard?
If latter and you are a people manager, does the team use it too?
I use SaaS all day—though increasingly, the web-based software I use the most has "native" desktop apps (albeit powered by Electron, so they only half-way count as native, half-way as web apps). Slack, Notion, Figma, and Superhuman all fall in this bucket, and even Zoom counts as it has a web app even if the desktop app is default. I could use them in the browser, and they're where a lot of my work happens, but I use their desktop (or iOS) apps by default. Notion gets used a lot, since it's where our project planning, notes, research, and more live.
Of stuff I use in the browser, I use Front for customer support, Google Docs for editing copy, our internal CMS (for a significant part of the day) and Ghost to publish content, Customer.io for marketing messages, Google Analytics and Heap for stats, GitHub for code collaboration (again, though, often through its desktop app), and more. Rarely am I in any of those apps for 4 solid hours a day, but together these and the desktop counterparts above fill up the day.
At different points I've used other SaaS in the browser for a significant part of the day, including Desk and Help Scout support tools when doing more customer support, WordPress when running a WordPress-powered site, and more.
I would say Adspert for PPC Optimization. It is value-based SaaS, at least for me. It works for Amazon Ads, Google Ads, Yandex, and Microsoft Ads. I can see all of the details, improvements on one screen, which is excellent.
Notion, Slack, and Figma here. Using them all on desktop apps - not in browser.
The only other tool would be Hubspot, which I do use in browser.
In order of time spent:
1. The Browser Company's browser (private beta; life changing!)
2. Roam Research (all to-dos, meeting notes, and research)
Very similar to many of the folks here:
Notion (browser) + Slack (Desktop) + Hubspot (browser) + is LinkedIn Sales Navigator a SaaS tool? if so that too haha
I use Spike (I also work there) and we use the integrated notes and docs to collaborate on everything with my team.
- We manage all our tasks/to do lists and share it with the team, so we all know what the team is working on.
- Integrated notes to collaborate on content, social media management, creative briefs, meeting notes and sharing all image and video files from the design team.
- Use it for all our internal and external video calls.
- Different group chats for a variety of topics
- Integrated calendar to manage all our events/ meetings etc.
So its safe to say we use 1 tool for 4+ hours a day.
Google Meet is used well over 4 hours a day for all meetings. Followed by Hubspot and Slack combined at 2+ hours.
Figma and Roam primarily (being a designer and alt- GTD practitioner. Whimsical and Miro, Azure DevOps and Jira, and other small utilities.
Google Docs to write blog posts and Grammarly to check them. Also Notion to manage my entire business.
I use Spike for both my day job and personal account!
It's a conversational email meaning it displays all of your conversation in a chat- like form, saving you from a clunky inbox, filled with confusing threads..
You can quickly and easily collaborate with those both inside and outside of your organization because its open-silo, meaning that even non-spike users can communicate with you (not like other messaging or communication apps where both parties need to use the same service). Spike is really great for organizing multiple accounts since you can view your inbox as either unified or by account!
there are also some really great features for collaborative work like video calls, group chats and collaborative online notes and tasks :)
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