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If You Love Background Music While Working, You Are Going To Love This Website! 😍

While working, I normally listen to work-music playlists on YouTube but I am always on the lookout to find new interesting tools that help me work. That's how I came an amazing website on twitter that helps people with focusing on work (or other activities as well).

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It's called I Miss My Cafe. Trust me, you really want to give this a go! You have the entire ability to control all types of sound and adjust the background music the way you want it to be. The sound design is on-point and I found it so good that I have been using it constantly since this morning! Big kudos to the makers of this website!

Tip - If you are going to try it out, use headphones to get the best results!

While using this website, I got an idea. What if I try to do a collaboration and integrate something like this inside Brutask. Would any of you find it useful? Let me know your thoughts in the comments! 👇

Love,
Siddhita ❤️


The makers of I Miss My Cafe also have more variations like I Miss My Bar and I Miss My Office (the links to which can be found at the bottom of their website)

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    This website is very cool! I love the idea, perfect in these time of lockdowns… I'm also gonna try http://imissmybar.com/ 😅
    Integrating I Miss My Cafe to Brutask would be fun!

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    I think it would be a fantastic idea! 😍

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    Hi @siddhitaupare, just tried emailing you to thank you for all the support but your email bounced.

    Maybe check that? It's the one up on your profile.

    Anyway, thanks a lot for all the support and upvotes.

    Very much appreciated.

    Have a wonderful wonderful weekend.

    🙋‍♀️

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    This is a cool site. Thanks for sharing. Coffee shops lovers will surely love this!

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