Share your product here to get support, feedback, users (w/c 30 September)
Hi Makers! Let's make this as collaborative as possible. First, start by helping out another maker -- check out their launch, give a review or share a comment on their post. Once you've helped out someone else, share your product link here. BE SPECIFIC about who your target audience is and how we can help. This thread is for you if you are: (1) launching soon or recently launched (2) looking for beta users (3) asking for feedback on a landing page Happy making 🥳
Co-founder and CMO at FAQtr
Hi everybody, and thank you @abadesi for such a great thread 🤗🤗🤗 We plan to release our deployment automation tool called DeployPlace in the upcoming month. We will appreciate any feedback on our pre-launch landing page and product idea. If you are a developer or a devops engineer, feel free to join our beta users. We will provide you a lifetime discount. Who knows, maybe in 2 years you'll be saving $1,000 per month 😜 https://deployplace.com/
Hi Everyone, It’s really a simple and useful app that will help you to remember whatever you learned. You can add notes, set up hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reminders and get notifications for learning better. Because, within 24 hours, people forget an average of 70 percent of new information, Learn New Things via Learnember App on Play Store Download Free: http://bit.ly/learnember Have a look at Product Hunt: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Hello there everyone and thank you @abadesi for this opportunity 🙏 We've just recently (soft) launched 'Feelsom' , not an average, run-of-the-mill tracker, but a witty chatbot that will help you to find patterns between your daily habits and the way you feel (!!!), by tracking your health symptoms, food intakes, sleep quality, daily mood, productivity and physical activity all together! 🤓 Releasing a free beta version, we're looking for users, who are curious about their well-being and hoping to get some honest feedback 😇 To be precise: I'm now working on 'Analytics' feature where users will be able to see different kinds of graphs on their inputs (sleep, food, physical activity) and outputs (health, mood, productivity), showcasing statistics and comparison between one another. So my question would be - what kind of information You, as a user, would like to see and especially - would help You to solve your problem? (For example: I'm trying to figure out which type of food causes stomach problems and what is hiding underneath randomly increased heart rate 😳) Check it out @ feelsom.com or @ Apple App store : https://apps.apple.com/ml/app/fe... and let's chat!
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Founder of namecame.com
Hi, I’m Stephen 👋 and I created 'namecame' to send you names for your next venture. All names are available (aka unregistered) and sent out every few days. Just launched 🚀 on PH Ship and am seeking subscribers! https://www.producthunt.com/upco... I tweet names too! 🐦 #followme https://mobile.twitter.com/namec...
Founder, CEO at Plutio.com
Hey makers 👋 We've recently updated our website and I would greatly appreciate your feedback. https://plutio.com - All-in-one business manamgent platform for freelancers and digital nomads. 1) What's your first impression? 2) Does it clearly explains the product? 3) What does the brand and colours mean to you? Thank you soooo much 🤗
Discover books in a new way!
@leobassam I think it looks great, the colors evoked a feeling of professionality and it felt like a place I could trust, the tagline is clear, and the video helped too and was super well done! The features felt like they might need a bit more spacing but they were clear too, just felt a little close to each other with the title a little small. Super great though and crystal clear on what you do.
Maker of 👉 https://blocksurvey.io
Maker of 👉 https://blocksurvey.io
Documenting lessons from big book.
Hey peeps. I'm currently building a site where I share short, informative summaries of best-selling books. I'm targeting mostly busy people in the tech industry who don't have enough time to read big books. It will be great if you can give me feedback about the site, content, and what I can do better. Thanks! This is the site: https://durmonski.com/category/b...
@ivaylo_durmonski I really like this idea, if I understand correctly it's like CliffNotes for top books relevant for enterpreneurs / tech people. what would be idea for me is if you could actually convert this to an email newsletter form and go through one book a week...cover 1 book summary over 5 days.
Hi! I made this social template mockup tool, I just think about this when I was doing a presentation of social media management for a client and thought about how to "speeding up" the work or fill the mockups template more "easy and fast" idk, and just wanted to share it to the world. Here's the link https://freemocks.com/ please let me know any feedback, I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks in advance!
Partner at JAW Advertising in Toronto.
@lulum I like the idea for getting a quick look and how things might turn out in various social channels. My feedback is that it's not quite identical to the real thing and there is no post copy. What does your client want to see mocked up? Just the image or the post copy as well? I'm working on something similar myself which is focused on the various ad unit sizes across platforms. Still working out the kinks prior to an alpha test, but it's getting there.
Hi PH! I've been working on a menu bar app for macOS called SmartCapsLock: https://kishanbagaria.com/smartc... It lets you convert the case of any text by selecting it and pressing Caps Lock. This allows you to easily fix the case if you accidentally type something with Caps Lock on, or to make sPongEboB MeMeS 😄 I'll be launching it on PH soon. Would love to hear what you think about the landing page, the app, the pricing/distribution or anything.
@kishanbagaria - this is cool. i usually just use the font change selector and i am not sure how your solution is superior. i am sure it is superior, but i cannot understand why. maybe make the difference with the default setup clearer. BTW, i see you have a product for windows - one of the problems i have is simply just having an easy way to add emojis to comments etc. maybe an idea.
@ebrahimkhalil Not sure what you mean by the font change selector, can you post a screenshot? I guess it should have less case options than this app provides. Also, it is faster to use the Caps Lock key to convert case than to click three+ times. On the latest Windows 10, you have the Win+./Win+; shortcut for opening up a emoji keyboard, does that work for you?
There is no substitute for hard work.
We launched our app for folks with food allergies today called ALLERT. Our app generates an allergy flashcard in 44 different languages. The 14 major allergies are supported, which cover over 95% of all allergy cases. Allert can also show a message for 5 types of vegetarian diets. No data connection is required for the app to work. I'd love to hear what you think about our presentation. We are a two-man team and completely self funded. Any ideas to bring this project to market are more than welcome. Our website: https://allertapp.com Direct link to app store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/al... Our producthunt page: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
There is no substitute for hard work.
@alchen Thanks for the compliment! To answer your question, at this moment, no. But, we fully intend to add more languages and allergies in the future, depending on the success of the app. The majority of our budget was spent on getting the translations done, as every allergy needs to be translated 44 times.
Accessible books to every child
Hi Makers and Parents! I’m Andriy, CEO of Hyko. Hy-who? I hear you ask. Hyko - the all-in-one sleep companion for kids! A little more info here: https://www.producthunt.com/upco... We’re preparing to launch our beta and are looking for parents with kids under 4 to give us some feedback over short talk. Thank you @abadesi for this opportunity :)
Maker and Growth Marketer
https://www.seesnap.com --> Solving 1 billion problems by 2023. Looking for early beta users for something HUGE. https://www.folyoz.com --> Changing the way creatives work. A startup for illustrators, photographers, & art directors. I'd love to get some feedback, and maybe even some users we can serve (for free)! props to @abadesi for making a great (non-spam) way to share what we are working on!
Hi all! ResumeHub (https://www.resumehub.org) is a platform that showcases the profile (resume, github and portfolio) of past, current and incoming interns at top companies. With more and more students dipping their toes in the workforce from an early age, the process of landing an internship has become increasingly cutthroat. By giving the opportunity to view winning resumes* that made it past initial screenings, we’re hoping that this will help potential candidates refine their resume and build a winning one as well. We’re currently starting off with the SWE field since it’s one of the hottest fields at the moment and we’re hoping to expand as we progress. To improve our website, we’d like to invite you to fill out this feedback form -> https://forms.gle/YATDdfxA5BF8eGsF9 Hope this platform helps the community and if there's any issue, please feel free to msg me ☺️ PH link: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Discover books in a new way!
Hi all, trying to get some help for an upcoming launch this week on PH and trying to find some beta users who want to know how much time at work they have for deep work vs shallow work vs meetings! We've got our landing page up here -> https://www.producthunt.com/upco... and a sample report of the free tool here -> https://app.shepherd.com/persona.... Can you specifically tell me if anything confuses you during the process if you try the app? Or, if the landing page is clear about what the free app does?
Founder, Journy (gojourny.com)
@bwb I like this idea a lot (I use Clockwise for instance which automatically moves meetings on my calendar to maximize focus / deep work time). While the information on the page is clear and I understand what I'm going to get, I'm finding that I'm not willing to go in and link my calendar because I don't think just getting the stats is going to be that useful or actionable, whereas the first time I saw Clockwise I immediately sync'ed my calendar and asked people within my company to set it up too. The value prop of "instantly and automatically get more focus time on your calendar" was the impetus to immediately do that, whereas "see your stats and potentially get depressed about your lack of focus time" is not as motivating. Can you figure out a clearer / more actionable "give" than just a breakdown of stats?
Discover books in a new way!
@susan_ho Thanks :), yep I understand and that is a good point. We built this as more of an insight + fun app and not a commercial app. Once you are in the app it does give you recommendations based on what it learns, but we do not have plans to make it a paid product with those type of features. We plan to use the anonymized data to show job seekers what a typical day looks like for an engineer at Google or Facebook or so on. We want to help job seekers vet companies as if they have a friend working there and this is our first baby step toward that :). We do have a new website with a better explanation coming in about 4 to 6 weeks too. Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated!
@bwb - for me stuff like picking up kids, meeting friends etc, are all part of the day. they are fun and fulfilling activities but not 'deep work'. also, stuff like doing proposals, or simple projects for clients. also, the distinction between client work and making stuff. a bit of a muddled comment, but i think you get the point - i want more time to focus and do awesome stuff :)
Hi everyone, I would love some feedback on Slacktasking, a task management Slackbot with built-in accountability. While there are a ton of task management apps out there, we felt like there was room for a streamlined, 100% within-Slack experience. Besides your bread-and-butter functionalities, other features include celebration GIFs for completed tasks (similar to celebration creatures in Asana), and nudging on overdue tasks (option for Drill Sergeant mode) until they are resolved. https://www.careerlark.com/slack... 🙏 thanks so much for your thoughts!
@cgherb Hi Chris, that is a great question and one we're currently discussing. Would the preference be for tasks to be default public? Current model is that Owners have visibility into their own tasks and Admins can see all tasks, but we can easily change the logic to support everyone having visibility into all open tasks, including comments. However, we thought there could be privacy issues. Would love your thoughts on this one!