For anyone that works in growth, what's one tool you can't live without?

Of course there's a whole stack of tools, but curious which is #1 for you.
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8 recommended
  1. 3
    Amplitude Mobile Analytics

    Mobile analytics without worrying about data volume

    Jack DweckSenior Product Manager at Rakuten · Written
    On the most basic level, you need to understand how people are using your product. Without Amplitude (or another analytics tool), it would be very difficult to grow.
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    SmartLook

    Analyze user behavior in ways never possible before.

    Fabian MaumeFounder of Tetriz.io · Written
    It give valuable insight about how people interact with the website. I'm always using to try to understand the why behind A/B testing result.
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  3. Dre Durr💡Growth is the only thing that matters · Written
    I use to hate dealing with SQL. This tool takes away the pain in the a$$
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    Google Sheets

    Excel in the cloud

    Thomas EvansCOO, EmailOctopus · Written
    I use this for so many things. Acting as a short-term API, with its ability to produce JSON. Using it to collect form data (I used this on TheCounterpart.co). Connecting it with GA and Optimizely to report on tests/analytics automatically and recording data. It's my go to for so many things.
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  5. 1
    Countly

    Product Analytics and Innovation

    Orhan Bayramco-founder & ceo @helotogether · Written
    360° Web and Mobile Analytics
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    Phantombuster

    A marketplace of simple to use no-code APIs

    Fabian MaumeFounder of Tetriz.io · Written
    If you need to automate something online this is the tool to go for.
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  7. Nolwenn DuvalMarketing consultant · Written
    That is the base of any webanalytics
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    Indicative

    Customer Analytics for Everyone

    Esmeralda Martinez made this product
    Indicative is a robust behavioral analytics platform specifically designed for growth marketers to understand customer behavior and optimize customer engagement, conversion, and retention. It allows you to analyze a single view of customer behavior across all their digital touchpoints, including web, app, email automation, support systems, databases and data warehouses, without requiring any involvement from BI specialists or engineers.
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