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Tomas Vestenicky 157

@tmvst

Designer, developer, problem solver. Maker of 🐻 @usefeedbear. I travel and take photos along the way.

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a year ago

I started writing only this year, but I have this 'pipeline' for my thoughts:

  • nuTab for saving random thoughts and links through the day; I go through them every evening to save what still…
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a year ago

In the past, I tried Rollbar and Sentry, but I found their interfaces too bloated and messy. Maybe I'm not the right audience as a solo founder.

Currently, I use and love Honeybadger.io. It's clean…

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Thank you. I try not to focus on the competition much. Canny is the only one I knew before starting FeedBear and I wanted to create something more simple, aimed at small companies and startups.

Also…

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You can use it like that, but it's capable of covering the entire feedback loop.

  1. People can submit feedback, vote for what they like (to minimize duplicates) and discuss ideas to refine them.

  2. When…

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As I mentioned in the other discussion, the best way to get feedback is a discussion with your customers. A Google docs can't replace a good conversation. Ideally, you should get multiple opinions…

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I might be a bit biased here, but in my opinion, the best way to get feedback is a discussion with your customers. No amount of surveys can replace a good conversation. And when you're able to get…

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Ah yes, when I had an iPad Mini a few years ago, I used Paper by 53 to draw! I even had their stylus. It wasn't that great.

I'm considering getting the new regular iPad with the Apple pencil, but I…

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Thank you, I'm happy to hear that you like them! I'm using my girlfriend's Wacom tablet and the SketchBook app (free). Are you interested in drawing?

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Thank you! Yes, I volunteered to draw them for every article. They're not that easy to come up with as I initially thought 😅

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Gatsby is not a CMS; I guess I would call it a framework. We don't even have a CMS hooked up to it, all posts are just plain .md files. It that way, it's very easy to set up – write an article…

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We use Gatsby and write posts in markdown. The main benefit is the site speed, as in the end, it's a static site. The only caveat is the markdown. I like using it but for other founders, it's not a…

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almost 2 years ago

To clarify what I mean by "managing feedback":
Do you use a dedicated tool or save feature requests to a spreadsheet?
How do you prioritize?
Do you discuss potential new features with your customers…

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My pick is Notion. Covers everything a team needs – roadmap, calendar, meeting notes, data tables. Things can be shared publicly with a link if needed. You can nest any type of content infinitely…

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almost 2 years ago

I use Notion for bigger stuff like a roadmap, content calendar, etc. It's also great if you need to collaborate on those things.

For the smaller day to day tasks and notes, I love Bear for its…

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