Our company is beginning to grow and we’re still bootstrapping. We’re setting up mail accounts and our bills are starting to rise. We accomplished something similar with AWS with tokens.
What’s the best way to pay the least for G Suite?
Your best bet is to get into the Google Cloud for Startups program, which will give you your first 5-10 users for free. Lots of accelerators/VCs can get you into this program, and you can also get in through things like Stripe Atlas.
If the main thing you want is to use the Gmail interface with your company domain email, you can also do this hacky workaround:
Many FinTech services have partnered with leading B2B software providers to offer users free or heavily discounted services. Brex and Stripe immediately come to mind. I wouldn’t be surprised if QuickBooks, Xero, Zenefits, etc. had similar incentives.
Even if it's not brand new software that first came out in 2019, what new tools have made you more productive this year?
Do you use tags and folders? Do you simply archive everything and use search? Looking for tips on how others keep track of important messages.