Hello IH community,
While working on my other side project, I started using a couple to services like AWS, Heroku, Slite etc. I used a spreadsheet to manage these expenses and thought if there could be a better way to do it. So I built Tiny Trails.
Just a suggestion, I would spend more time on the landing page to gain some attention and see if it's a viable product. Or possibly a demo sandbox I can play in before signing up.
Great suggestion! I can provide guest credentials for users to give it a try before signing up.
I would totally give it a try! Personally I haven't signed up for it yet because I have no idea what it looks like and I don't want to sign up for another thing without knowing more (nothing against your product, strictly speaking from a neutral objective). For a MVP I would throw up a gif of it in action or at least a few screenshots. The mvp landing page doesn't need to be some extravagant thing either. Just a single html page with a few images and the objective to hopefully grab some emails.
Hi Garrett, as per your suggestion I've added a landing with some info and screenshots of what is and what's going to come in the app. Let me know what you think.
🎉🙌🏼 go you! This is great. Signed up and ready to plug in some expenses at work tomorrow.
Good to know. Let me know if you find it helpful or have any suggestions/concerns. I'm working on adding new features to the app.
Why makers do signup form before the product landing page.
Does it really work?? :/
Hi, as per your suggestion I've added a landing with some info and screenshots of what is and what's going to come in the app. Let me know what you think.
Now we can see what the product is about.
Hi, thanks for bringing this up. As the title of this post suggests, the product is in MVP stage. I did not spend time on landing page as I wanted to get feedback on the core functionality as soon as possible. And yes, registration works.