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Victor Lai 64

Copywriter & Content Strategist, Big Cedar
@VictorLai

🧢 I run Big Cedar, an agency specializing in copywriting, SEO & content strategy. 🎩 I also sling spreadsheets as an Excel consultant at goodpicnic.ca

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About 30 forms are submitted per month and they are basic – no branching logic or signatures, just text and numeric fields.

Every app I've discovered like JotForm, DeviceMagic and FormStack charge…

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ClickUp has better collaboration and is infinitely customizable, but has a higher learning curve and I found it took too long to set up to get it right. Notion is hands down better for docs / wiki and…

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The QUERY() function might do what you need.

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6 months ago

How is Eagle for collaborating? Is it possible to share assets?

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6 months ago

SavvyCal crossed my radar recently. They're taking a different angle and they're one to watch.
I like the preferred times feature and multiple meeting durations in one link (Calendly requires multiple…

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Did you settle on a stack? How'd it go?

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6 months ago

Woven had an analytics focus – tags allowed tracking of working hours vs non-working, focus time, recruiting and onboarding for HR folks, even time spent with family. I didn't use any of these…

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7 months ago

QuickBooks Online for freelance using user-defined rules which help to automate categorizing subscription expenses. It doesn't suggest categories for you, unfortunately.
For personal expenses I'm…

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10 months ago

Asynchronous video messaging – bu how long before we're all Looming (to go with Zooming)?

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I guess it depends on how many times the Street View car has snapped a pic at that location. The one data point up here in BC has 4 old images going back to 2009.

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I just discovered Historical Street View while looking at real estate. It's neat to see how neighborhoods evolve.

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On a related note for a similar market, I think no code platforms like Bubble and Microsoft PowerApps are close to prime-time.

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