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Managing Director, Fireworkx.com
@SteveMathew

Founder & MD of Fireworkx.com, one of SA's leading digital agencies. Technologist, Entrepreneur, Philosopher, Digital Strategist & Road/Trail Runner.

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I don't make a lot of new tab sets - I have created about 20 to 30 collections which I reuse a lot - adding and pruning links to them as the needs change.

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Tried many things over the years, but as I open a lot of tabs, I had to find solutions.

The first problem to solve is memory management as idle Chrome tabs chomp RAM. The Great Suspender does…

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almost 2 years ago

That's a good question! Of course, the simple option is to organise the files (notes) in Google Drive folders, but often, when you click on a link, the "context" of the folders is missing. What about…

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almost 2 years ago

There are sexier tools. And tools designed for the sole purpose of note-taking. Many of them are good - but they require all the contributors to have to tool or app. Pretty much everyone has a Google…

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almost 2 years ago

It's not really an "app" as your question asks, it's a web application. After using many (simplistic) project management tools we always ended up at the same place: initial euphoria when discovering a…

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almost 2 years ago

We've had a case recently, where one of our clients (a large financial services company), did now along access to the Figma.com domain (for some security reason) and secondly, when they bypassed the…

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almost 2 years ago

I know it doesn't support markup directly - but it ticks all the other boxes in your requirements list. There's also a Google Docs to Markup extension for the final step of exporting…

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almost 2 years ago

The ability to export each element with its associated comments stream in a PDF report. This would be a HUGE benefit to sharing the prototype with people who can't access the Figma doc directly.

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almost 2 years ago

Their mission to provide the same user experience across desktop, mobile and apps. Just enough features to keep me interested but not too many that gets me confused.

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