What made your team settle on this app for projects, and what other tools did you use before?
We have about 70 employees
I typically use blank Notion notes every time—but would love to hear how others use Notion templates and how they speed up your work.
Last week, Slack [announced](https://slackhq.com/new-slack-features-invites-message-formatting) some new features, including a WYSIWYG rich text editor. Along with the addition of this feature, they changed the Markdown functionality to render formatting in-line. Here's how the new editor works: <img src="https://slackhq.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2019-11_Vargus_Channels_WYSIWYG-Final_1.1.gif" style="width:500px"> Here's the reasoning outlined in Slack's announcement post: > _"In the past, you needed to type asterisks for bold text or underscores for italics. It was also difficult to tell what your messages would look like before you posted them. Well, that’s all changing with the new text formatting toolbar."_ Curious. What does everyone think of this? _edit: thanks @awwstn for pointing out Ripcord. This looks like a decent workaround! Putting the link here for other folks: https://cancel.fm/ripcord/_
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?
What made you pick it instead of Todoist or other to-do list apps?
Teams I've worked with tend to use Trello boards to track to-do/doing/done lists. That's great for seeing what's done and not, but makes it difficult to plan effectively work in Trello. How does your team effectively plan and prioritize work in Trello?
Do you use any software that you couldn't get help with, or that never could resolve your issues? Did you switch programs, or stick with it despite the poor customer support?
We're a startup with a team of 10 members. Expenses/accounting tool options? Which startups are solving this?