Which products do you want to use from YC Startup School companies?

1,500+ startups just graduated from the first batch of Y Combinator's Startup School. 🎓 🎉 Which products from the graduating class would you use? You can see the presentations here: https://www.startupschool.org/pr...
Kunal BhatiaCo-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Edited

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whoishiring.io

Making the IT job search simpler and more effective

Ania BywanisCo-founder @ whoishiring.io · Written
Ania Bywanis made this product
Over 30.000 job offers for the tech crowd on one map. Fast search, good filters, beautiful UI. If you're looking for work - this is the place :)
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Lorenzo BrigattiProject Manager at Whoishiring.io · Written
Great source to find all the best IT jobs without clicking around too much.
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Mateusz MuchaCEO, Omni Calculator · Written
Amazing team, great product!
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SendOut

Affordable email marketing for bloggers and influencers

Sooraj ChandranCo-Founder @ Marketfox · Written
Easy to use and simple product that caters to exact use cases. Easy to pick up and start using from day one.
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Sojan JoseFullStack Startup Guy · Written
While there are tons of marketing tool out there. Very few cater a specific niche. Sendout is a brilliant product where you don't have spend days configuring and managing. You can get started straightaway and it's gives a good ROI
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Well thought out product, Easy to use( from a beginner perspective). Would love to have some automation features like to send followup email if there is no reply.
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Tettra

Wiki for Slack teams

Kunal Bhatia22Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
I'd use (and already have!) Tettra. I think they are doing great work to connect our team to our knowledge base where we already communicate–Slack.
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Monkey Test It

Automated website testing by clever monkeys 🐵

Jesper ThomschutzFounder, Monkey Test It · Written
Jesper Thomschutz made this product
Automated free website checker - totally awesome, and highly recommended!
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Headcount - The Evacuation App

Headcount is an app that helps account for everyone in an emergency, like a fire, severe weather, or active shooter scenario.
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Vinit AgrawalCo-Founder at Tars · Written
This looks interesting.
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Stan Kam Wei TiongFortify,Apparel ChemistryTech 4tify.co · Written
Apparel chemistry with technology and functions!
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Memo.AI

A note-taking app for technical teams.

Mircea PașoiCo-founder Memo.AI · Written
Mircea Pașoi made this product
Obviously biased, but I'd highly recommend Memo for taking notes at work, especially if you're already using Slack.
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Florian FreyCo-founder @ruumapp · Written
Super lightweight management of mini-projects (1-4 weeks) across departments and companies (bit biased tho 🤞🏻)
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Simply Goals & Tasks

A to-do list for people who set their own deadlines. Allows very flexible scheduling, for example "September" or "this week". Then get more specific when it gets closer. Also adds up time to know how busy you are / where time is going.
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Naomi WambuiCo-founder & COO at Campus Discounts · Written
Makes task planning super cool, easy and manageable.
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Wonder.pics Shopify app

Sergey PiniginWonder.pics product development · Written
It's the easiest way to uplift your conversion rate - just by changing a product picture into more converting one
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Storeleaks

sarah taherCEO Storeleaks · Written
Bec it finds you the best stuff nearby!
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Coworkies

Connecting people between coworking spaces

Luka@lukaivicev - Co-Founder at Penta · Written
I really like using Coworkies. Coworkies is super helpful because I can see who works in other coworking spaces in order to build a better work network locally— for my startup. Hope that helps!
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Campus Discounts

Naomi WambuiCo-founder & COO at Campus Discounts · Written
Social platform where students find and recommend discounts
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