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@max_hodges

Founder White Rabbit Express, Blackship

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which features? private boards?

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yeah, kinda annoying like how you can't edit here ;)

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9 months ago

It's quite a sophisticated and refined product . It has a great notification system which is very important. It's very flexible and malleable, like Airtable but with a sidebar panel for each row where…

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I know this is about Basecamp, but we recently switched from Basecamp to Monday.com and the whole team things it's much better.
I wrote at length about Basecamp here recently. They just haven't kept…

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We switched from Basecamp to Monday.com, it's a really great product.
Basecamp just hasn't kept up with the times. I wrote at length about it here:
https://medium.com/@maxhodges/hey-jason-d8ee5146811…

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9 months ago

We're tried Asana, Wrike, Basecamp, Airtable etc.
Presently quite happy with Monday.com
but it's not just a matter of what software tool you use, but how your company communications. You have to get…

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I answered this question at length here:
https://medium.com/@maxhodges/hey-jason-d8ee5146811b

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not really. They were actually quite late to bring us a cloud-hosted solution. Quickbooks Online came years after Xero and Saasu. There are still bugs to be worked out. We're working with their tech…

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Actually, I see US financial innovation as a laggard. They've been trailing Asia and Europe for years. Apple's card isn't innovative; it's merely competitive. And Silicon Valley's favorite fintech…

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god the design of this discussion forum sucks. I'm not coming bank until they allow us to edit comments. JUST USE DISCOURSE PEOPLE. I can't even find my own comments here.

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Clickup looks a bit over-engineers. So many options and features. I'd be afraid that it would get in the way of actually getting work done. I haven't spend much time with Clickup by any means, but I…

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capiche really needs to move to Discourse. I hate not being able to edit my posts to fix typos.

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Instead of scattering our work across multiple tools, Basecamp centralizes all project communication, task management, and documentation in one place.

Asana - very list based. But project management…

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They don't have an app, but you can see in their FAQ: >Can I deposit checks in my account?

Yes, you can deposit checks through your Mercury dashboard by going through the Add Funds flow.

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Thanks mate! Yeah I have an account Max Hodges (company White Rabbit Ventures LLC). I reached out to them too about it, and their CEO told me they don't have invites yet! I suggested that update…

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10 months ago

It really depends on the MVP. We use the same stack for MVP as for post-MVP. We've used Meteor in the past, but now we build all new apps with Node.JS, Vue.JS, Vuetify, GraphQL, PostGres. We use…

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10 months ago

We also use Slite and Basecamp, but in terms of collaboration features, Google Docs works the best. Doesn't support markdown, but you can use keyboard shortcuts for headings, bold, ordered and…

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We're thinking to build with Discourse, but wonder what else we might consider. Personally I think Capiche should also migrate to Discourse. It really offers so much more in terms of features…

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10 months ago

Amazon has decent support for customers, but for selling partners (Advantage, Marketplace sellers) it can be absolute hell.

Google Fi is a total disaster if you are outside of the United States. Took…

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10 months ago

after having used Basecamp, Asana, Trello, Google Keep, MeisterTask, Wrike, among others: I'm back to Basecamp.

Asana is technically more feature rich as a pure task list. But we feel Basecamp ticks…

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10 months ago

I've tried multiple iOS mail apps (Spark, Gmail, Apple Mail) but prefer Outlook (I know, the irony of running a Microsoft app on an Apple device, but it's quite well done.)

We use GSuite for business…

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