Bits, pixels, sleep. Mostly making lists @risescience
We have used Abacus for a while and worked well, they dealt with the whole reimbursement & expenses process. We're currently on the process to move to either Brex or Divvy and give employees a credit…
Starting with your second question:
does this include any white noise-type features?
Yes, we have the concept of Habits. Some folks that have high sleep onset (the academic term for hard…
Anyone had luck getting anything from Datadog? They are pretty draconian with their sales and looking to see how we can control a bit of costs there. Our Datadog bill is about 30% of our AWS, which…
Looking at Divvy (https://getdivvy.com/) and Airbase (https://www.airbase.com/)
For context, we're a VC-backend, Seed-Stage 12-person company.
Great question. Our purpose is not to track sleep. It's to help you become a better sleep and have more energy during the day. We do that by helping you understand and Circadian Rhythm and Sleep…
No more copy-pasting invites, just bit.ly/jondoezoom
Almost everyone in our company has their own zoom links like this. It saves a couple seconds a day of mechanical copy-pasting.
At the risk of frowned-upon self-promotion, wanted to share one of our products!
While a sleep app doesn't sound too related to work stuff, in the last month we've heard of hundreds of people that…
[This post contains shameless, albeit thoughtful, self promotion]
I've self-declared to-do list bankruptcy. My latest best solve is Todoist + a plain old checklist in my notes app (which is currently Bear, but Apple Notes as perfect as well).
Main value of Todoist…
Search and mobile app are pretty bad.
Versatile note-document for all teams, with lightweight tables and database-ish for better organization.