Tell us what you're working on in under 15 words?

I actually keep a personal database of interesting tools, SaaS, extensions and productivity tools, mostly for myself, but I also like to showcase these tools on my weekly email for the users subbed to my mailing list and I'm looking to add a few more tools to that list for my own audience.

Maybe give us a short elevator pitch under 15 words!

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    We are building a website widget that allows business owners to upload a video on your websites and show it over the webpage incentivizing users to perform target action (send an email, phone number, or redirect to a certain page).


    Get more paying customers by usingthe #1 tool for increasing conversion rate

      1. 2

        We are primarily focused on collecting information from users’ clients (for example, their phone numbers or emails) inside the widget, also you can set the CTA button the way you’d want to, including redirect URL.

        In addition, we provide our users with a free plan with full functionality of the service (up to 5,000 visitors per month). Our users have information about the number of views, widget loads, and clicks on the CTA button - this can help them to test different marketing strategies and choose the video and CTA that works best.

        1. 3

          Cool! Just as a heads up, videoask also lets you do all that.

          The analytics is something that I've been wanting though, so thanks for letting me know!

          1. 1

            Thanks for your feedback!

            Just a quick note on that, Videoask has a very limited free version that doesn’t allow redirect to another URL and data export, and they have a branding logo even in the paid version.

            I agree they’re doing a great product, but we want to give everyone the chance to use the service in full since day one :)

    1. 1

      This is solid.. giving it a try now

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    @TheWonderingZall Thanks for doing this post!

    I am working on Brutask, a free to use and simple ToDo list manager!

    1. 4

      Your landing page is clean! Love it :D

      1. 1

        Thank you so much! Glad to hear your feedback!

    2. 2

      Love your landing page as well.
      How did you create the animated interface animations that show off the service?

      1. 2

        Haha thanks a lot! That's a mixture of screen recording and adobe after effects honestly, done by the designers of my agency Brucira

  3. 10

    Showcase your app with jaw-dropping 3D mockups and videos–in minutes, right from your browser. https://www.mockrocket.io

    1. 2

      Cool. Just signed up.

    2. 2

      This looks pretty awesome! Love to use this for my app. Signed up 👌🏼

      1. 2

        Fantastic! Should be finally ready to use by the end of the month. Let me know if you have any specific feature requests!

        1. 2

          Nice, looking forward to checking it out. Right now I'm using Rotato for Mac so interested to see how yours runs in the browser.

  4. 8

    I am building the most powerful no-code web automation & data extraction tool which will be open for early adopters by the end of month. It's called https://automatio.co

    1. 2

      Also, some of the links from your previous newsletters are broken and open broken page.

      1. 1

        Yeah I know about this. Recently did massive rework on my website, and me being the dumbass I am, accidentally deleted the some of my previous issues😭 Will be priority later this week.

    2. 2

      Btw @TheWonderingZall the internet world is small. I just went through your previous issue, and the first one I opened, I found that you featured one of my old side projects Wireflow 😎

      1. 1

        Lol I actually remember that 😂🔥

    3. 1

      Hey, that's really cool, how did you validate your idea? Is there a demand for it?

      1. 1

        That's a good question Viktor.

        Automatio is born per need to solve my own problems. It's not built blindly as a product that tries to validate the idea. It was obvious to me if this tool serves me well, that people gonna need it as well. So I decided to record a video of our "internal tool" and share it on Facebook. At that moment it was not even branded and packed as a product. I got tons of positive feedback, questions and "take my money" words.

        After that, we decided to make a SaaS out of it.

        1. 1

          Only on facebook between friends, or on groups and pages? I'm asking because whenever I try to validate my own idea, I get only "this thing exists", and they share my competitors...which I already know about...

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  5. 5

    I am building an automatic image background remover tool - backgroundcut.co

    1. 2

      Works well! I have been impressed with Canva’a solution and how a single click can get better results than a single click in photoshop (without messing with settings). This seems like it was just as good!

      1. 2

        Although there are lot of improvements to be done it works for most of easy images. Regarding Canva, I think they are using remove.bg as their backend as the quality seems way to similar.

  6. 5

    Haha I love these, every few weeks on Indie Hackers it's:

    • describe your product in 5 words
    • describe your product in 15 words
    • describe your product with emojis
    • describe your product in under 50 characters

    I'm guilty in that I posted "Describe your product in the most boring way possible". Anyway,

    Portabella is simple, end-to-end encrypted and privacy friendly project management.

    1. 3

      Describe your product by "thought alone". Really focus. See if I get it.

      Ha, these do pop up a lot. But I jump at the opportunity every time!

      1. 3

        😂 describe your product via telepathy

        1. 2

          I had a good chuckle at this!! 😂😂

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      This comment was deleted 8 months ago.

  7. 4

    Stock Alarm - Realtime Stock Market Alerts

  8. 4

    A novel-approach to finding the best possible brand/domain name for your startup: https://www.oneword.domains/

  9. 4

    Cleaning up the internet. No more paywalls, popups, ads, or email capture.


  10. 4

    I'm building cashcoach.io, a gamified personal finance app that millennials want to open everyday.

    1. 2

      My bank (commbank in Australia) isn’t supported :( looks fun though!!

      1. 1

        Thanks, we launched only in the UK for now!

    2. 1

      Congrats! It looks handy and fun to use.

  11. 4

    A platform for scheduling mock interviews with industry experts to increase your chance of cracking it.

  12. 4

    Metronome provides landing pages for podcasts to convert their social media audience into listeners!

    That description is 14 words! 😁

    1. 1

      Oh this is neat! I know quite a few podcasters that can make use of this!

      1. 1

        Thank you! Would be awesome if you could nudge them my way 🙏🏻🙌🏻

    2. 1

      Interesting idea. Are you using undraw images? I love undraw!

      1. 1

        For Metronome’s main website, I’m using Scale by Flexiple. It’s crazy good!

        1. 1

          Very similar. I'll checkout the images they have too. Thanks!

  13. 4

    We're a self-guided program to teach people how to overcome chronic pain!

    1. 1

      Great idea, beneficial now that older adults are generally isolated and can't be regularly checked.

    2. 1

      Do you have a link? I actually have someone very personal to me that might benefit from this.

      1. 1

        Hey, yes! Our website is www.newframeyourpain.com. I sent you an email to your slice account. Hope we can help them!

  14. 3


    15 words:

    MeetCam overlays visual widgets on top of your camera image, improving video meetings for everyone!

    So you can add countdown, meeting timer for everyone on Zoom / Google Meet call without them having to install anything. They just see things overlayed on top of your camera feed. Give it a try :)

  15. 3

    Bolt - Collect design feedback from your clients/team on live sites and static designs ⚡

  16. 3

    I made a Twitter list of Indie hacker Twitter accounts this morning.

    DM me if you'd like to be added


  17. 3

    A platform that enables companies to reach more customers through partnerships. https://promote.so

  18. 3

    A proxy that productionizes any GraphQL server with caching, rate limiting, and DOS attack protection


  19. 3

    Hive Index is a discovery platform for online communities. If you think your users might be interested, feel free to share the site (or a particular topic) with them.

    1. 2

      Thanks! From time to time, I do feature communities, but finding them is always a headache, so this definitely peaks my interest.

  20. 3

    The User Interview Exchange - give a user interview, get a user interview: https://www.userinterviewexchange.com/home

    1. 1

      Hey that's cool,

      What type of targeting options do you have? It's sometimes time wasting to make user interviews with wrong person :/

      1. 1

        Thanks! You post a sentence of the type of user you’re looking for and folks apply saying why they might be a fit. It’s up to you to select them then 👍

        1. 1

          Aaa it's cool then. Just signed up :)

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  21. 2

    I help early stage founders achieve your funding goals via VenturesList

  22. 2

    Where can indie hackers find new podcasts? On Podots!

  23. 2

    A mental skills gym for entrepreneurs that strengthens key skills like communication, agility & anxiety management to increase the odds of success!

  24. 2

    I'm building a publication called Ungated. It's the missing instruction manual for 1,000 True Fans. https://ungated.media/

  25. 2


    I am working on CovidInvaders, a game I created to celebrate the release of the COVID-19 vaccine.

  26. 2

    I’m working on browsersnippets.com - “a site that lets you use your JS snippets on any site”

    1. 2

      signed up! Excited to try it out.

      1. 1

        Awesome! Can’t wait for you to try it. You’ll be part of the closed beta which’ll be launching soon. Just adding the final bits for the MVP 🤝

  27. 2

    We take away the boring, time sucking task of launching by manually submitting your new startup to 150+ relevant directories and websites, saving you hours of work and hassle.


  28. 2

    Free (open-source) library of editable SVG background images to help bring your projects to life - https://openbackgrounds.com/

    Working on this fun project has helped me stay sane these past few months with what's happening in the world! :)

    Thanks for the thread @TheWonderingZall

  29. 2

    KaTang is an end-to-end content marketing platform that attaches your name, brand, or business to anything you share on social media.

    About page: https://about.katang.io
    Platform: https://katang.io

  30. 2

    NoCode Portal - resource website for no-code/low-code with a focus on curated list of tools and maker interviews.

  31. 2

    I've been working on a podcast searching tool called log.fm. It will help you find, follow, and listen to your favorite podcasters.

    You will be able to get an RSS feed for people and all the shows they have done guest appearances on.
    As well as create and share your own podcast playlists.


  32. 2

    A self-organizing bookmark manager to help information become knowledge.

    1. 2

      Sort of like pocket (getpocket.com)? How will it be different? I would be very interested in a better way to add more organization to my bookmarks!

      1. 1

        Thanks for asking! I'm trying a different philosophy when it comes to organization. I'm the type of person who is always finding cool articles and dumping them into my bookmarks. I don't have the time to spend hours carefully constructing a delicate folder system that I'll actually come back to so I wanted something that would put similar articles next to each other.

        So I built a chrome extension that reads the page text, extracts keywords with a little ML, and then recommends the most similar links in your bookmarks already.

        Some bookmark managers like pocket recommend articles already but these articles are from curated sources and go beyond what's inside your bookmarks already. I just wanted something that recommended articles from the things I already found interesting. This way my bookmarks become an active knowledge base and not an information dump.

        Here are some screenshots of what I have so far! https://imgur.com/a/YrOMQYt

  33. 2

    API for connecting website visitors in real-time

    1. 2

      Oh that's cool, how do you even build something like that?

      1. 2

        Thanks! Now4real is based on a real-time engine called Lightstreamer, which allows us to stream real-time data bidirectionally with very low latency.

    2. 1

      Interesting idea. Is there a plan to have a group formed from those visitors where they can share feedback about the website and also return to a conversation later?

      1. 1

        The idea is to build "instant communities", groups of people who happen t be visiting the same page at the same moment. Chat messages are ephemeral and every time you go back to the same page, you will find a new instant community.

  34. 2

    Making remote networking impactful and enjoyable

  35. 2

    We help the young generation understand their finances and get insights from an AI.

  36. 1

    Tappy👈 lets teams Spark a conversation with a single click.

  37. 1

    Launched a site that you can create link for your future online content. It is bitly but for content that are not online yet but are planning to be soon.

  38. 1

    Teaching you to become a Full Stack JS Dev from scratch at https://js.coderslang.com

  39. 1

    A platform providing better jobs for curious minds: Moonka.space.

    We have a blog if you want to learn more.

    Full release coming soon.

  40. 1

    Building yuphub.
    "Build a great reputation with reviews and testimonials."

    Building in public yuphub.com/build-in-public

  41. 1

    Working on builder's home :)

    The platform is called Devfolio and we have over 100k+ builders from across the globe.

    Check it out - https://devfolio.co
    Hackathons - https://devfolio.co/explore
    Twitter - https://twitter.com/devfolioco

  42. 1

    We are building a tool for remote teams to have quick daily asynchronous check-ins. Check-ins are a much better way to share daily updates.

    Replace useless meetings with asynchronous check-ins!


    alt text

  43. 1

    Idenati organizes everything you do online in one place.

  44. 1

    Daily summary of popular Technology News & Discussions - https://www.toptechlets.com/

    currently this lists stories from popular news sites, HN , PH and reddit. Planning to add Tweet threads, events, etc in future.

  45. 1

    I am working on simple Face recognition API, and just published on rapidapi.com few days ago

  46. 1

    We're building a community for designers to find and curate inspiration. We have a web app, chrome extension and iOS and Android apps.

    We're in closed beta but you can request an invite here https://upclip.com/

  47. 1

    Waterful - A health & fitness app that turns daily hydration into fun.

  48. 1

    http://vestland.net/ : news headlines, privacy and performance focused, no tracking, from Norway's Vestland region ( norwegian nynorsk )

  49. 1

    How about 10 words?

    Minecraft Playdates — Safe online play for kids — Made for Parents

  50. 1

    Send a positive text to someone. Recieve 10% of weekly revenue.

  51. 1

    Building a community for people who are ready to go beyond reading and finally start taking action


  52. 1

    We are building a platform that helps your team design and simulate application data.


  53. 1

    Paperless.io the go-to solution for frictionless digital document and e-signature workflows for every business 🔥

  54. 1

    I'm working on BirdyBots.com - a free tool that recycles & re-posts your best past tweets, so you can churn out more tweets that are high quality without spending any extra time on it!

  55. 1

    Side project : Games with Gran Tic Tac Toe & Connect 4 with built in video conferencing to help keep your family in touch during COVID https://www.gameswithgran.com/

  56. 1

    Perligo makes getting feedback on your writing easy with public and private critique groups.

  57. 1

    Creating the easiest and quickest way to run mock API servers locally.
    No remote deployment, no account required, free and open-source.

  58. 1

    My side project right now is https://www.Removeit.io
    A Web app for removing the background of your images automatically. This week I've optimised the backend and cut processing time dramatically and also switched from stripe to the paypal payment system

  59. 1


    Neuman let's you build-your-own productivity tools with ease in minutes.

    A screenshot of the app

  60. 1

    Let's Proxy: UI for letsencrypt certificates and nginx proxy

    CO2 tools: for turning 2D dfx designs to 2D STL files and generate plans for lasercutter

    FreeCAD YAML workbench: plugin for FreeCAD to load 3D parts from yaml files so you can quickly test the fit of laser cut parts

  61. 1

    Showwcase is a network for coders.


  62. 1

    Frontend Unicorn - book helping front-end developers to grow even if they are stuck.

  63. 1

    I am building a simple app to block spam text messages

    ----> Dont Text

  64. 1

    Premium WordPress Plugins like https://getaawp.com 🤑

  65. 1

    The Expressive Ink - A visual storytelling platform. Add scroll transition effects to your stories,

  66. 1

    BuzzMeIn allows people to forward their condo buzzer calls to multiple phone numbers - either at the same time or one by one until answered.

  67. 1

    At Postpace.com, I am building a productivity platform for writers, bloggers, marketers & content teams.

  68. 1

    A single hive of design inspiration and planning tools for design teams.

    Nothing live/worth showing yet, but I'm excited 💪

  69. 1

    Micropayment processor that allows people to charge from $0.0001 and up for most anything online (content, downloads, in-game/app).


  70. 1

    Handypolls is a service that helps you create a poll. You can embed poll on different platforms (Medium, Substack, Webflow, Ghost, WhatsApp) to use direct link to poll.

  71. 1

    We are building a screenshot API SaaS that allow developers capture beautifully rendered website screenshots at scale.



  72. 1

    92% of people that set goals don't reach them. I'm building an app to end that.

    It is a web app that helps you set, break down, and track your goals.

  73. 1

    Become a better marketer with proven growth strategies, in one short weekly email → GrowthMarketer Weekly

  74. 1

    Cheatsheet, a knowledge base for Customer Support

  75. 1

    Securing admin and protected pages for teams


  76. 1

    Monitor, deploy, and manage your applications from Slack or Microsoft teams with Optable chatops.


    This isn't real yet. I just created the landing page this weekend. I'm still trying to validate that people would pay for this but I'm fairly certain they would because I've worked at two places that use chat bots and they're helpful but take time to set up and maintain.

  77. 1

    Chrome Extension development kit that lets you get build and ship Chrome Extensions fast.


  78. 1

    I am trying to find my way still. I joined this community recently and love the culture! I am working as an IT Executive making lots of money, but it is not what I want to do longer term.

  79. 1

    Building a photo/video sharing app that solves an everyday problem, not yet addressed.
    (CURRENTLY SEEKING A TECHNICAL COFOUNDER to finish building the iOS app)

    *Sign up at ONESHOTAPP.COM for early access.

  80. 1

    Curated lists of hand-picked resources for developers.

  81. 1

    Convert your LinkedIn profile to an impressive resume in 5 minutes.


  82. 1

    Easily Record & Save Your Family Videos to a Custom Website.

  83. 1

    Mapping out our work process (brief to final execution) -> then finding software/platform solution.

  84. 1

    We are building an app that makes it easy for creators to share, earn money and monetize content.


  85. 1

    I am working on SubSocket, recurring and one-time PayPal payments made easy.

    1. 2

      I love this! I religiously use PayPal (sadly no stripe in mu country) and their dashboard isn't the greatest.

  86. 1

    We're launching a project management platform for video production teams - www.assemble.tv/project-management

  87. 1

    We are helping remote teams to bond on Slack and MS Teams: to remain inspired and connected during these uncertain times.


  88. 1

    Prototyping PlayLikeScrooge.com - it tracks game prices on eShop and notifies players when it drops.

  89. 1

    Turn your boring bookmark into cards with audio/video embeds

    in 10 words :)

  90. 1

    SMS / MMS marketing with android phone. No pay per message. Auto replies , Keyword lists. https://textsoda.com

  91. 1

    Trying to make creating threads easy for everyone on https://threadmaker.co

  92. 1

    Learn Japanese vocabulary with pictures! (5 words) www.kumalearn.com 😊

  93. 1

    Blog using git, markdown and your favorite code editor - without the site setup.

    Some folks - even technical writers - just wanna write without setting up "hosting"/static-site-generators first. Now they can do that, and use familiar tools.

    Login with Github (hopefully gitlab coming), authorize our github app for a specific repo, name the blog.

    Then write, commit and push from your favorite code editor.

    I'm still working on the beta, but gonna be at https://yemi.blog

    1. 1

      Let me know how's this goes? I tried to do this, but failed, not really technical like that so being able to do the would be great

  94. 1

    A simple, fast, and affordable service to manage feature flags and AB tests.
    Site: https://appflags.io/

  95. 1

    An idea generator for makers that showcases problems to solve

  96. 1

    I’m building a WooCommece Slack Bot: notifications, searchs, quick edits and reports. (Launching next month)

  97. 1

    Just launched tabExtend(https://www.tabExtend.com). New tab extension for dropping and saving tabs, notes and to-dos.

  98. 1

    Hitsnag.com - Email shortcuts to your favorite productivity tools (it's for people who email themselves a lot)

    Waitlist (get a discount by signing up early) - https://www.producthunt.com/upcoming/hitsnag

  99. 1

    I’m building Juicebox, an employee celebration platform. Reward your team with custom rewards or gift cards collect.

    We’re focusing on building team productivity and cohesion, specifically for remote teams.

  100. 1

    I'm working on browser bookmarks for teams and personal productivity.


    Curabase Screenshot

    1. 2

      This is great! I have a ton of links that I store as like a "brain dump" and this would do well.

      1. 1

        good to hear! You are certainly welcome, and feedback is appreciated.

  101. 1

    There's too much software to manage people, not enough software to manage software.


  102. 1

    An open source drag and drop site builder. A clone of Carrd. https://fastur.com

  103. 1

    Our low-code scenario builder connects pre-built financial events to visualize personal and small business decisions.

    B2C - https://bit.ly/3p05SJO
    B2B - www.whatifi.io

    1. 1

      This comment was deleted 8 months ago.

  104. 1

    Web-based analytical software for real estate professionals. Create better "cash flow" models.


  105. 1

    Nothing really to show yet, but:

    Text goes in, wonderfully animated text video comes out.

  106. 1

    Create user subdomains, or connect custom domains, with a simple API. Free, automatic SSL certs.

  107. 1

    A YouTube channel where I am sharing my passion for product growth, starting with click rate optimization/conversion

    1. 1

      Just tried to access your link and it gives me a 401 on GitLab...

      1. 1

        Oh snap! Sometimes it happens ;D here's the direct link -> https://www.youtube.com/c/LandingFeedback

        1. 1

          That it does! I'll check it out :)

  108. 1

    Building 19 products in two years at Projekt19

    1. 1

      Why the goal of building 19 projects?

      1. 1

        It went hand in hand with my old freelance brand Projekt19 (at the time it was just a favourite random number). Over the past few years I've been an idea dreamer but never took action because I wasn't sure which idea I wanted to start. So with 19 - I can start a handful of them and shouldn't have to worry about them. It's also a very aggressive number which makes it challenging!

        1. 1

          I like the lofty goal. Best of luck to you!

  109. 1

    100+ exercises to teach you Vim for VSCode

  110. 1

    Animation CPU Creative Space
    Make amazing animations and pictures for your site

    (12 WORDS)


  111. 1

    I am working on a special website for newsletterers that can code, or at least knows how to use Tailwind, because is not a big deal of programin.

    Is built only with Tailwind and I will sell it on Wickedtemplates.com

    you can see it here.


    It will include:

    • Landing page.
    • Page with links to issues.
    • About.
    • Sponsors page.
    • Forma to submit sponsors.
    • Cards for payments.

    I am almost ready with it.

  112. 1

    QWKLNK https://app.qwklnk.com an app/site to create pre-branded short URL links.

  113. 1

    A simple waitlist management platform and API with built-in referrals - https://www.queuey.dev

  114. 1

    I’m building the simplest way to interact with your community via audio-first. Joinspace.co

    Can be moderated, monetized, private, branded, etc.

  115. 1

    Building twimark.io , for bookmarking tweets and tagging them with labels + conversion of threads into articles.

  116. 1

    Working on https://moonfactor.com, a cryptocurrency research site for finding significantly early and potentially undervalued cryptocurrencies.

  117. 1

    Website to collect and discover interesting websites links. https://www.bunklist.com

  118. 1

    We're building a global networkf of experts providing 1-1 online sessions to users seeking advice!

  119. 1

    I'm building a job board for exclusively for remote jobs in Brazil at https://decasa.ninja/

  120. 1

    An app to improve your mental health through conversation
    (I know the landing site is not good, I put all my effort into the app)

  121. 1

    The world's simplest roadmapping software:


    (alpha stage development but have a play)

  122. 1

    I am building a simpler way to reflect on your day.

  123. 1

    I help beginners to learn web development without frustration that is so common when you are learning on your own. https://ns.comparecourses.dev/

  124. 1

    (PageMonk)[https://www.PageMonk.com] A report builder for Airtable free accounts

  125. 1

    Retro - agile retrospectives made easy

    Building Retro - agile retrospectives made easy

    If you're a project manager // scrum master, you've probably wondered:

    • Is your team really on track?
    • What are our current roadblocks?
    • How can we get better at shipping code?

    It would be great if...

    • You were able to identify issues that your team was facing.
    • Come up with a plan to address those issues.
    • Ship better products, which means more $$$

    Retro is a multiplayer, real-time, online retrospective tool that will keep your meetings focused, fun, and productive. Walk away with actionable insights that will take your team from good to GREAT.

    1. 1

      That landing page though 😍

    2. 1

      love this aesthetic!!! killer design! especially for the market and audience - really good job standing out!

      1. 1

        Thanks so much! I have an incredibly talented friend who is an artist. We definitely wanted to make sure the art was a big part of the project.

    3. 1

      Interested in this.

      1. 1

        Thank you!

        I’d encourage you to join the newsletter

        I’m sharing tips on retrospectives, product updates, and progress as I have committed to #BuildInPublic

        Happy to answer all questions you have!

  126. 1

    We're currently building cryptotrak (beta) - A real-time cryptocurrency portfolio tracker.


  127. 1

    We are building Track (https://thetrackapp.com ), the fastest calendar experience ever. It's perfect for the high performing professional who lives by the calendar and values time. With Track, you can schedule in seconds, instead of minutes and feel and feel in a state of flow.

    We are offering early access. When you sign up, if you specify that you found out about us through Indiehackers, we will bump you up the priority list

  128. 1

    Recollec is a collaborative workspace that connects all the knowledge of your teams for upskilling and onboarding.

  129. 1

    We collect meaningful indicators for startups and small businesses.


    We have just finished the interface and are starting to develop the code. The release will be in March.

    1. 1

      Definitely going to be checking this out, thanks!

  130. 1

    I am working on this:
    Track your workouts like a pro - getpepp.com

    1. 1

      looks polished! what is the gap that you are filling with this? Why should I select this app over the more common workout apps?

      1. 1

        You shouldn't select it over other workout apps. ;)

        My goal is to offer syncing options for many different services. I use my Apple Watch for strength training, my Garmin when I run and sometimes I share my workouts on Strava. I want one place where I can find all my training history.

        I also want to offer great visualization of training data and make it easy to track progress. That's something I think gets lost in many other services who often focus more on social aspects.

  131. 1

    Feedgrip: Centralize user feedback and link in to roadmap and project management tools

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    Organize your meetings inputs/outputs once and for all - https://meetlog.io

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      This is really a neat. How long have you been working on this for?

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        Thank you @TheWonderingZall !

        It's still in development. I've been working on it in the last month, but already have the landing page, almost the entire frontend of the web client and I'm starting to work on the API asap :) I'm building it in public (here, on my blog, twitter, basically everywhere :D), so you can stalk me if you wish :D

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          Any ideas when you might have an MVP released or are you planning a closed beta?

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            I'm planning to have the MVP ready in 3 to 5 months, depending on my work load. No closed beta is planned as of now, but this may change, based on the complexity of the operational stuff around the product. :)

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      Hey Borislav, It looks cool. We might use this for our Product Dev Cycle's. We have weekly meeting for product.

      But is this also a project management tool, because I'don't want to change my existing tool to be honest.

      If not, I couldn't imagine how can I integrate this to our existing flow, because we store almost everything in Google Drive

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        Hey, @NoFunnyMan

        Thank you for your comment!

        Meetlog is still in development and what you see on the landing page is just a sneak peak at some of the features.

        To specifically answer your question - no, it's not a project management tool, but more like a "virtual working table", where your team conducts their meetings. It provides you with basic tools like meeting notes, todos/next-steps, file-uploading and planners (agendas), etc., etc., all in real-time, so that everyone in the meeting can contribute in a single place.

        Each meeting gets added to your dashboard and is indexed, so that you can easily search and find what exactly happened on a particular meeting.

        The MVP of the product is not going to have any integrations, as I'm the single developer working on it as of now and want to focus on the essence of the product.

        I plan in future releases to include integrations with some of the popular conference tools (zoom, slack, discord etc...) and why not google docs/sheets. I've seen a lot of teams using the google infra (even we use it in my current job)🤘

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