Learning Ruby. Sporadic writer. Aspiring philosopher.
You might want to give a try to Metabase.
It has direct integration with Redshift.
You need to be technical to install it, but once it’s installed, it’s a blast for both technical and non technical…
I used to use Cloudapp and liked it. Then I tried Cleanshot and switched to it. Never looked back.
It fits perfectly my workflow as I tend to almost always drag and drop my screenshots / gifs (in…
So after spending ~5 years reading, watching, trying, talking, writing about productivity, I came to the conclusion that productivity isn't a goal, it's a byproduct. And the more you think about it…
I pay for a bunch of services, but I do it gladly because they make my life easier.
I pay for:
Ahah, it's funny how there's a few apps that seems to be used by literally everyone in the Capiche community. Talk about like-minded people 😉
Many of use function daily with Notion, 1Password, and…
I recently subscribed to the light version for a whole year.
So far, I’m a bit divided about Readwise. It’s cool to have your highlights show it to you every day as a way to remember those passages…
It definitely is mac only.
Even if I wanted, I couldn't get back on Windows (been a Windows user for about 15+ years, and Mac since 5 years "only".
I used Qonto but I think it's only for EU residents...
I've been using 1Password for years, syncing my vault in dropbox, then Google Drive.
Then last year, I decided to switch to the subscription plan.
Best move ever.
No more hassle or syncing problems…
Does it have to be free?
Because I recently bought Cleanshot X and it's awesome.
It's not free but a one-time payment of $29.
The data in Airtable is more structured, versatile, easily filterable and presentable in different ways, which all contribute to it being an effective and quick admin dashboard replacement.
Your post about Roam hidden features is part of why I gave it a go. Thanks for that.
I'm totally digging it this time.
I'm slowly realizing the potential and power of this tool.
First time I used it, I didn't grasp the core concepts of the app.
I've been using it every day since…
> Free isn’t necessarily a reason to use a web app; after all, GIMP and OpenOffice have for decades been free alternatives to some of the best selling desktop software
I've tried both. The UX was OK…
Not that I know .
Now that you mention spreadsheets, I think you should give Coda a try.
Either directly from within Bubble, or at the very least by using Zapier.