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Decidr

Make better decisions with quick A/B polls

Decidr is a Telegram chatbot, Android+iOS app and webapp tool to create simple, beautiful A/B polls to gather super quick feedback.

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Polly

Fun polls with friends

Polly is a fun and easy way to poll your friends. Create a poll, attach it to your Story, and your friends vote in Snapchat. Voting is anonymous so you can bet on honest feedback from those you care about.

TechCrunch
Snapchat doesn't technically have a developer platform, but that hasn't stopped other startups from taking advantage of its new feature for attaching links to your Snaps and Stories. Sarahah was the first, allowing people to ask fellow Snappers for open-ended anonymous feedback. But the problem is that those requests could be met with cyberbullying.
Adweek
Facebook wants to show advertisers the impact TV has on social and vice versa. The company is launching two new brand measurement tools that analyze TV and Facebook performance. One of them, Facebook Cross-Platform Brand Lift, plugs into TV analytics company iSpot to crunch data on brand lift across Facebook, Instagram and Facebook Audience Network, or FAN, … See more
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Decision Journal

Improve Your Decision Making Skills

Our success is directly tied to our ability to make decisions effectively.

This pocket-sized journal will allow you to reduce hindsight bias and will help you to make better decisions.

Farnam Street
Decision journals are an easy way to improve your ability to make decisions over time. In most organizations today, your product is decisions. By and large, your success will be the sum of the decisions you make over your career. The problem is it's not easy to get better at making decisions.
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should-i-cli

πŸ€” Decision-making made easy.

should-i-cli came about when I was sitting in math class and wondering if I should ride my bike to work that day. Not really wanting to work on math, I decided to create a silly little CLI app that would answer any and all "yes" or "no" questions I had.

Twitter
Launched πŸš€ yet another side project and CLI tool today: should-i-cli πŸ€” Already made its project site, too: https://t.co/JyzhovHert
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Should I Use

Search major publications for confusing phrases

Should I Use is a small web application that helps you find correct phrase from two confusion options by searching and comparing hits from major publications like Wikipedia, New York Times and The Guardian.

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With Pollster, you'll get simple, instant, anonymous social polls to seek and share opinions based on common interests from people all over the world for free.

It's noise free, troll free and less boring.

Medium
Ideas come and go, some just fade with time because you didn't follow up on them and others simply weren't worth following. This happens to almost everyone. We have the capacity to think infinitely but not all of us can do abstract thinking right away, it's a process that just gets better and better as you containerize your thoughts, connect the containers t… See more
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