Learning Ruby. Sporadic writer. Aspiring philosopher.
I think it's more about the philosophy with which you approach these apps that matters more than what setup you could put in place using it.
Slack, and similar team chat tools, were made to get rid…
It took me a while, but I ended up using Roam Research. And I ended up loving it!
I used tu use Notion, which was more than decent at managing To Do lists.
But since I spend already a bunch of time…
+1 for Cleanshot, but it's paid.
For a great free alternative, check out CloudApp
For anyone looking for a great, minimalist app to work on plain text/markdown files, i.e. without any subscription, just folder and files on your hard disk, Typora is fantastic.
The way they render…
Hotjar is pretty cool.
User feedback is not their main feature but it works well.
Having sent both types of emails, I'd say it depends more about both the content, but also users' expectations.
I don't have much experience in e-commerce but I believe people are more used to…
That’s the point , it didn’t take 1 year. They’ve been at it for at least 3 years, only the visible effects happened within the last year.
Two words: Roam cult.
I believe the key to Roam's success is they didn't try to mass market right from the start, shouting to and shooting for everyone. They still aren't.
Instead, they focused on…
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…
Toby works great for me.
Well, actually I’m using Toby lite, so I realize it doesn’t count... Otherwise I spend so little time on the new tab page that I don’t have a use for an extension to beef it…
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…
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".
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.