What is a great tool that you use daily/weekly?

João Gonçalves
25 replies
Can be an app, website, browser extension, etc Ideally it's not something obvious like Spotify or Slack


Co-founder, Director @rippmarketing
Hey @internet_johnny 👋 SoapBox I use SoapBox to manage all of my team meetings and one-on-ones (which are typically once a day). It helps me stay on top of my meetings, my team and saves me from the never-ending Google doc dance 💃
@shannon_maloney you should have clarified that you're not unbiased. thanks for the recommendation anyway
Co-founder, Director @rippmarketing
@internet_johnny 🤦‍♀️
Emm.... Telegram. Every morning i wakeup and send a message for my deary girlfriend: "Good morning my little".
I make stuff
@oliver_anderson My little what? don't keep us hanging!
Golang Software Engineer
visionary, creative director
I use @sunsamahq, notion, tandem, @polymail, @wordpress, and more!
@envisionwithj Notion is amazing. I have also heard about Tandem but didnt get the chance to try it yet. Wasn't familiar with Sunsama or Polymail, but will check those out, thanks!
SaaS Lover, Growth Marketer
www.engagebay.com for simple, powerful marketing, sales & support automation with a free CRM.
Co-founder of datacy
1) Telegram - a-mazing for communication 2) Slack for working in groups and disucssing tasks 3) Trello for organising tasks
Independent app developer
I use Workona every day. As someone with more than a lot of tabs open all the time, it's crucial in helping me stay organized and working efficiently. Thanks @workonahq 👍🏻
@workonahq @kirpal just started using Workona and it is amazing. Similar to Toby, but I prefer Workona. Thanks for the recommendation!
"Clean" auto runs and keeps my desktop minimal and organized.
@keith_barney1 do you have a link? never heard of it
Founder and CEO at Paper.Trade
Asana / Trello? :)
Author of Centcount Analytics
I use Centcount Analytics to monitor my website's traffics every day.
Product Manager, Unrepentant Nerd
Yoink by @eternalstorms, Typinator, recently Polypane, and of course VSCode for every bit of text I gather up.
Bookworm & SEO
Since we're going for not-obvious, I gotta say Lightshot, it's a screen capture tool and it's perfect for reviewing webpages and giving feedback, because you don't waste time describing what the problem looks like, you can just show and point to it. Honestly, when writing MightyForms tutorials, I used it for practically every step.
Zenkit, open everyday on my desktop !
Zenkit is a pinned tab on my browser !
Food Security NGO
We too use Zenkit with our NGO, great tool.
Hi, I would say Zenkit for its simplicity.