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4 months ago

Google Docs just announced a bunch of Notion/Coda-esque updates: https://workspaceupdates.googleblog.com/2021/05/smartchips-for-files-and-meetings-checklists-in-docs.html

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Another free resource is Pexels (https://www.pexels.com/), which is now owned by Canva (as is Pixabay I think).

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9 months ago

It's less about the scale, I suppose, and more about the structure/design of the product. I think it is certainly capable to scale (and has a good price as well!), depending on the use case.

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9 months ago

ClickUp - for personal work productivity, though unfortunately it won't scale for the business' needs

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10 months ago

I would say the opposite is true. Asana seems much more rigid and closer (though not quite) to Basecamp, whereas Monday is the flexible one and closer to Notion, Coda, etc.

Especially with their new…

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11 months ago

RIP Textile

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I can't imagine Google is really ever committed to any products... The longevity of a product like this will be very interesting.

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a year ago

Thank you for asking this question. We have a very low usage, but it has been instrumental in getting us setup with some regular analytics for Harvest (which has a Singer tap). If we can add a bunch…

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I don't see suggested edits ("track changes"), but it has version history, more like Dropbox Paper-style. It has inline comments (which are task assignable), and nested pages, similar to Notion...

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ClickUp has both Notes and Docs (as well as descriptions on tasks). Notes are simple post-it style notes that live in a list, but they have the full ClickUp editor, so you can attach links, embeds…

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I also tried Walling, but I got anxious about the limits on the free account. I've started trying out ClickUp for personal productivity (task lists, reading lists, etc.), and I'm trying to use its…

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We have this same question. We love Harvest (especially its easy summary reporting features), but Forecast is very cumbersome to use and not working with our workflows and constantly changing projects…

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Toggl is nice, but seems to be on the more expensive end for important features like project reporting, etc. (at least it was previously).

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I am also curious. Expensify essentially doubled their price as of a few months ago if you don't use their "Expensify Card."

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Yes the deeper integration with HelloSign makes sense (interestingly they were testing their own signature add-on right before they acquired HelloSign...).

Hmm, the App Center still isn't working for…

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As someone who is still waiting for Dropbox to allow for saving Paper documents in the regular Dropbox (announced originally in October), I'm a bit skeptical about some of these new features. As…

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Wow Screenrec looks great. Very interesting that it's completely free!

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Replied to  @emre  on  Online Data Visualization
a year ago

Did you try signing up for the beta? I'm not aware of invite codes but I can inquire...

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Commented on  Online Data Visualization
a year ago

It's still in beta, but GRID might work for this as well. It's trying to bring "spreadsheets" to the Notebook format, but without the need for code.

Also, if you're dealing with Excel, it might be…

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Have you looked into JIRA Service Desk? It has a built-in knowledge base feature that is basically linked to Confluence . It might be duplicative of Salesforce Service Cloud, but could be worth it to…

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