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@awwstn

founder/ceo @capiche

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https://twitter.com/awwstn/status/1403405766732746752?s=20

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8 months ago

I’ll get right to the news: Capiche has been acquired by Vendr!

20 months ago, we set out to make software a bit more transparent, to make it easier to find out what software costs and if software really works the way it says it would. We knew if everyone shared what they knew about software, we…

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a year ago

Saw the below tweet. We're not experiencing those issues specifically, but after many years of defaulting to Slack I'm super curious if there's any other product that folks are starting to use…

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Anyone have experience with these? I've used Chargebee in the past and had a great experience, but it looks like Stripe Billing has added a ton of the key functionality so maybe Chargebee/Recurly…

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We're looking into a few options for this, and hoping to connect with someone who has implemented one of them in the past.

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https://twitter.com/awwstn/status/1275910097630183424

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https://twitter.com/domm/status/1275481750668484610

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a year ago

The Basecamp team launched Hey today to much fanfare.

I made a couple initial contributions to the Hey product wiki.

What does everyone think of the features they focused on? Are you going to try…

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For standard Gmail accounts, open your Google Calendar settings, scroll to Event settings, and uncheck the “Automatically add Google Meet video conferences to events I create” box to stop Google from…

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I wanted to do an audit of all the user-facing copy in our entire repo. Error messages, menus, tooltips, mailers, dynamic UI copy, regular website copy, etc.

Much of this exists in obvious places in…

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a year ago

Roam Research calls itself "a note-taking tool for networked thought." It's built on a graph database, which means it's flat: documents don't live inside of other documents, instead everything…

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a year ago

Jira is a classic. It's been around nearly 20 years, pretty much anyone who works in software has used it at one point or another, and it continues to have an incredibly loyal userbase. For it's old…

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a year ago

https://twitter.com/awwstn/status/1163206040759857152

A pricing page that only says “Call Us!” isn’t exactly a pricing page, is it?

Almost every day I come across tweets and comments from people who are frustrated with this strategy from software vendors.

Some people simply refuse to sit through…

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I've used most of the usual suspect tools. Currently we're primarily using Amplitude and Google Analytics.

GA is great for aggregate signup/funnel analysis, but doesn't let you go much deeper. Also…

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#FYI

https://capiche.com/e/covid19-ppp-eidl-cares-assistance

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I came across this post lamenting the current remote whiteboarding solutions, and I have to agree. I've tried several different things here and none of them have worked for me.

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https://techreflect.net/2020/03/20/magic-mailboxes/

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