Founding OnDeck PM | Product Strategy
Any favorites? 💜
I know you all love exploring shiny new tools.
And I spend an hour almost every day experimenting with Product Hunt launches. So, I went ahead and created a compilation of the top 30 must-try…
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Low learning curve and its spotlight feature is a delight to recall stored knowledge.
Sheets, tables, designs, and docs - all in one place. The answer to the question, "What would happen if Notion and Figjam had a hybrid?".
Mem emerging as the winner vs. Coda is the big surprise for me.
I love what they're building though. The learning curve is low, the spotlight feature is a delight and their mobile experience makes…
I love Motion. It is a silent productivity booster.
It is a calendar x to-do app that is fast and intuitive. You can drag time slots across timezones to share with others to schedule a meeting. And…
Three major considerations I have been using to evaluate the plethora of options available:
1. Effortless/non-intrusive: It shouldn't feel like a video call
2. Price: As this app would be…
In order of time spent:
1. The Browser Company's browser (private beta; life changing!)
2. Roam Research (all to-dos, meeting notes, and research)
Big fan of Clover app. Trust they'll be competing here next year.
The first one that comes to mind after SEO is user research insights tools like Dovetail. It is great at what it does but it is expensive to start off with.
I have tried two ways to approach this:
1. Dedicated Gmail tab: Signup to Substack and other newsletters with firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can easily filter all of them with one…
I like the Notion-esque approach taken by tally.so. However, I feel it is a bit buggy at the moment. A few basic interactions like Undo don't work properly for me.
Another alternative to consider is…
Clover is a similar canvas x note taking app.