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Abby Barsky 112

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Product marketing, partnerships, communications

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4 months ago

We've been doing research on context switching as we develop our product. We found that the average small business uses over 100 different apps. We spoke with @maguay and even though the Capiche team…

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7 months ago

Similar to @maguay, I've whiteboarded or sketched these on paper in the past. I've also used Google Slides, but I think Miro would work better.

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Replied to  @raja  on  Thoughts on Retool?
7 months ago

Hey @raja, creating onboarding guides by adding comments and annotations on your Retool app may help fix this. We just wrote about how you can use Cord to do this right in Retool…

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I've connected several things with HubSpot because we're using that as our CRM for sales and marketing at Cord. For example, I'm using Typeform + HubSpot for website sign-ups for the time being…

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10 months ago

Hey @yamamotosoe just checking in since I didn't see your email come through1

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10 months ago

Wow, hadn't thought about StumbleUpon in a minute. But yes, similar.

Cord will have an activity screen that shows all your team's messages together, grouped by app. Pulling up one of those chats…

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Replied to  @maguay  on  Post message from any apps
10 months ago

Well, this just made my day.

@Oshyan this is in-line with our vision for the future of chat too. I'd love to get you playing around with Cord and hear your thoughts. Could you send me an email at…

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Huh, I'm curious how many people don't keep their software open during the day. Slack is super powerful, but only to a certain extent. From user interviews for Cord, we're finding that in many roles…

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HubSpot was not only less expensive (49% savings per email), but had more capabilities in terms of A/B testing, personalization, and creating better looking emails. Plus Campaign Monitor was very…

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10 months ago

Totally agree about Calendly. For looking at other team members it's easy enough, especially with the working hours feature.

I just looked into Fantastical, seems to add a lot! Maybe... too much…

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10 months ago

Slack (or Teams, Google Chat, whatever your flavor) has been positioning itself as the destination for work. Even the Slack website says, "Welcome to your new HQ."

As our collaboration becomes more…

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I love this question!

At my old company (more mature start-up), we switched from Campaign Monitor to HubSpot for our email needs, so when I joined a new start-up I recommended HubSpot for email and…

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10 months ago

I'd say Google Calendar. Easy-to-use, manage multiple calendars, and see other people's availability. If I had to switch to a competitor I'd be bummed.

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