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Forever I love Atlanta, DJ, co-founder of Nonsense ATL, gadget nerd, consultant, sarcastic.

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I also wonder just how much start date is needed versus workarounds that could be templated. Just click the template and then go, but I get that that's a manual process.

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I say that in that we have custom fields and reocurring tasks and projects w/in our Asana but it might require a higher tier plan etc. etc. your mileage may vary etc.

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Have you considered Asana? I think you can add custom fields such as start date for something, and it's the most likely to be closest to a "to do" app you're likely most familiar with, and with the…

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We looked at them all. We settled on Blissfully. Their team is lovely and the product works well and has some particular features we needed (like contract end date and renewal date and notice period…

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Dropbox Business and Google GSuite do a great job with clear pricing. Works well across Geos (in Stripe's case, they're largely % based, but what's nice is the hero logos for customers change based on…

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a year ago

You can record Meet meetings on the Business and Enterprise SKUs. This feature is tier dependent. Automatically saves them to Drive. Chat feature is also in larger meetings and on mobile app, but this…

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a year ago

It's hard to say as it varies by geo. Between $2000-3000ish, depending, for the basic Meet Kit in the box; we have a few rooms with Logitech gear and others that vary in cost.

There is not a better…

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a year ago

It's simple, it's quick, and it Just Works (tm). To echo others, 720p is a bummer, but if you're using most laptops, you're capped at a 720p camera anyway, so it's not a huge deal. Meet does a…

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I've tried all different ways, especially since I've moved internationally a few times. I ported my primry number to Google Fi (which gives the same benefits as Google Voice, and a SIM card that works…

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a year ago

Hahahaha. Sigh. Slack. Slack has, quite possibly, the worst export of any product I have ever used. If you're fortunate enough to be approved for Corporate Export, it's just a massive bucket of JSON…

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Yes, but in some roundabout ways. Some have required a bit of effort on both sides (i.e. "we can give you some discounts but you'll need to reduce calls to x by y,"... but it's not something to be…

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I would say, in aggregate, I miss my favorite software remaining independent and/or not acquired (and then promptly shut down) by any of the majors. Second, would be, that my favorite apps weren't…

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Yes, we've done that. Especially one the slow-creep ones. Services like DataDog, Atlassian and others that let you easily just creep your costs up. But renegotiating things like DataDog also took…

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a year ago

WeWork isn't doing anything that most other commercial landlords aren't. If you're in a lease, you're in a lease, and they think "Well, who cares if you go under, there will be someone else who needs…

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Sorry that's a bit of a workaround. We've been on a hangout and just shared the window of a jamboard (chrometab) in a Meet call, while folks have used a jamboard on their devices. Crude, but gets the…

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To clarify, it's a download from the App Store and is an app for iOS and Android. Those w/o an iPad can follow along on screen or even on their phones.

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We've been experimenting with Google Jamboard. We certainly aren't buying the hardware because it's silly expensive, but for those with an iPad, we've enabled it on our domain, and it's pretty great…

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I like that paying a bit more for ESku gives us more tools and ability when we don't have specific people in those roles yet... even replacing multiple vendors for a period of time.

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Administration is the absolute worst. Every panel, every screen is totally different than the last, and it's impossible to know where you "Are" in the UI.

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