Looking for something easy to set up, that looks good, and preferably not VC-backed because I want it to be around for a while.
To clarify what I mean by "managing feedback": Do you use a dedicated tool or save feature requests to a spreadsheet? How do you prioritize? Do you discuss potential new features with your customers to refine them? How do you track and follow up with customers who requested a feature you shipped? I see many companies use an open Trello board to collect feedback, but that becomes a mess after a while. Some people have an opinion that you don't need to track feedback because if something is really important, you'll hear it so often you can't possibly miss it.
I've looked at Dialpad, Toky, and Front + Twilio SMS + Aircall. I'm wondering what's the best of these and other options out there. Features desired - shared inbox for SMS - ability to respond via mobile (via mobile app) - call recording
What would make Figma a better design tool for your team?
Our company is looking into integrating a referral program and an affiliate program which could be two separate software. We'd like to have multiple language support and it can handle a large load of traffic.
Our company is building a Basecamp for facility maintenance workforce. Wondering what tools to build once app is deployed.
Would be nice to be able to see everything one user has made in Notion more easily. Is there a way to sort items by author?
I rarely add formatting to messages, and would rather the chat box in Slack only be a chat box like in Messenger (and like it was before). Instead now it's double as large and has formatting options I'll never use. How can you turn off Slack's formatting options? [[Question id=1812 answers=1]]
I've made a new branch on my GitHub repository, and decided I didn't need the changes. Where can you delete the branch online?