Share your product here to get support, feedback, users (w/c 11th of May)
Hi Makers! This thread is dedicated to you if you are: (1) launching soon or recently launched (2) looking for beta users (3) asking for feedback on a landing page First, start by helping out another maker. You can check out their launch, give their product a review or share a comment on their launch post. Once you've helped someone else out, share your product link here and BE SPECIFIC about who your target audience is and how we can help. 😊
Hey with Azyner, we are trying to bring activity and tasks coordination out in the open among families, friends or any teams at work, through the all familiar chat interface that every one is so familiar with. And we don't have a model where the users have to pay for anything, so hoping to give the benefits to users who might be paying for a task planner or small business who might be paying for or using a project management software that goes over their heads. So we are looking to pass through our most difficult phase, users and traction building. While we are at it, any extra push helps so here we go, Thanks in advance..
@aisharaheem6 Havent got to integrating with other chat services yet, for now we would like to expose our unique activity chat features to the users. I'm sure you wont be pushing it if you have another chat just to coordinate activities and tracking among your family or friends or work teams. We will make it worth it for you that download and at any given point reach out for any assistance.. Thank you
Founder of Pliik
Hey! I'm building pliik https://pliik.dev I'm making changes to the landing page and would love some feedback besides the Mom test (even though her feedback is brutal :). I posted the app here last week but should have started with the landing page instead. Specifically, I'd really like to understand if this version passes the “I get it” test. Simple yes/no answers are also helpful. Thanks!
@jonas_bartsch I love your website design. "pliik for makers and product teams to ship better products with user feedback." maybe this part could be a full sentence? Also (I am not a native speaker) you could simplify the language on the landing page (e.g. unearth -> uncover). I hope this helps you 😄
I'm finishing up the first release of my new project. It's a realtime food scanner that checks for allergies and diets. https://jordibruin.github.io/foo... Looking to get feedback on how to improve the landing page, as well as on the app itself. Thanks in advance and feel free to DM me for specific questions
@jordibruin the idea is cool so if it does recognize the product and give out the food ingredient information I guess the speed will be a big deciding factor, which anyways is not the discussion point here. The English translation is not the best pls refer to section under 'RealTime Scanner'. But otherwise I would give it 10 out of 10 in conveying the idea loud and clear to users.
@jordibruin Re the landing page, the logo looked a little bit scary (maybe because of it looking similar to depictions of the virus going around currently). But apart from that, I got it. I know friends who will look on the label for traces of milk, gluten, etc. Some have avoided eating food in foreign packaging because it couldn't be deciphered whether they could eat it. Hope this helps!
Hey all! We recently launched Usetiful (https://www.producthunt.com/post...), the product tour software. The ambition is to provide product tours with the best self-service on the market. For that we need tons of feedback! I would like to encourage you to register and build your first tour. If you ping me (firstname.lastname@example.org), I am happy to give you a full license so you can try it all! :)
Hey fellow makers!👋 I launched GitHub LabelSync today, and would love to get some feedback on the idea and the overall feeling of the app, especially docs, onboarding and website. tldr; LabelSync is a tool I built to help you manage labels in your GitHub account and organisations. It packs some fantastic features, such as: 📍 a centralised configuration for all repositories, 🤖 overview of changes in pull requests, 💡 instant feedback on configuration changes, 🎢 label chaining so you may create more complex workflows ♻️ multi-label renaming, 🧑💻 declarative configuration using YAML and TypeScript, ✨ and more Let me know what you think! I'd love to check out your project in return 😄
Founder of Pliik
@jonas_bartsch what's the repository that you are committing changes to? Also what's your configuration language? I suppose there's a bit of traction with setting up personal accounts since GitHub doesn't let applications create repositories for users. If you were organisation, repository would be scaffolded for you already. Is that the case for you?
CEO & Co-Founder @ Partnrs.
Co-founder - muchskills.com
@alice_vial Hey Alice, this looks like a problem space that is something that I'm sure you have personally experienced a gap in, so I think what you're doing is great. You could however make it statement even clearer about why it would be valuable for your customers. In my head, I've always looked at Partners from a business that's trying to gain resellers, technical partners or local partners. So perhaps with that in my mind, it was a bit confusing for me. Also, I wasn't able to switch back to english very easily after I clicked around on the website. Keep up the good work either way.
Entrepreneur from Germany
Hey Everybody, I just launched Gymshare. Airbnb for Sport. At the start we try to focus on bringing together professional trainers with locations, and private users with private gyms thei can rent to work out in private. Long term vision we want to add all kind of sportsfrom gyms to tennis, to basketballplaces to swimmingpools, to billiard etc. So you can always find a sport in your neigbourhood or in professional places all in one tool. We are looking for beta testers and reviews. We try to update our Prototype everyday. Please check out: https://www.producthunt.com/post... I am working thorugh all of your launches right now and try to give feedback where I can. Best regards from germany.
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Hey all! Would love feedback on how to get more views on my product hunt page, and traffic to my kickstarter. Anything from post to product feedback would be really appreciated! https://www.producthunt.com/post... I was also featured on FastCompany, so check it out! https://www.fastcompany.com/9050...
Entrepreneur and Product Geek
@emily_fukunaga That's a really cool idea! I think you could do much better on PH but for that you need someone with many followers to "hunt" you. Also promoting on PH groups on FB and other social platforms. You can maybe try a relaunch in a week or so if you get to a milestone or something. Then get a signifiant influencer to "hunt" you. https://yvoschaap.com/producthun...
Co-Founder @ Cardanti
Hello fellow PH! Last week I got some feedback for our Smart Business Card PH Launch (https://previewhunt.com/posts/ca... this is the preview). I got really mixed feedback about the product description and this got me thinking that there's two ways of doing this: 1. Simple and clear product description. Shows how it works from a simplistic perspective, helps people understand all with just a scan. Negatives: Lacks vision, makes your product seem just a product, doesn't tell much on what you've made it or where you're going. 2. Broader description with some vision in it: Shows how you're positioning your product and why you've made it, increases Brand perception. Negative: Not everyone will understand the product in just a scan. So, which way do you think is the way to go ?
Founder of Pliik
@flowmotionworks @andrei_popa33 ```Cardanti Smart Business Card One tap, no app. The smart business card everyone can use``` I think I get it and understand how it works based on this ^^. Reflecting on how I (think) I read the copy first: - Smart = with nfc - One tap, no app = nfc + no app needed - Everyone can use = foolproof, no complex steps required Did I get it?
Hey Makers! I recently launched Badabits https://www.badabits.com/ It's an app to help children to make good habits. The idea is simple, fight cute monsters with the power of your good habits. If you have children do not hesitate to give a try, it's free and without any ads. I would love to get feedback! Thank you!
@jocelyn_lecamus Hey there! Congrats on getting this to market It's super cute. Funny, I'm creating the same product, but for adults :D magicmorning.co I think the site looks great, it'd be helpful to have a bit more context around how it workouts though. I think I get that the child is incentivized to perform the good habit to unlock one of the monsters. Is that right?
Creator of https://www.tomorrowapp.io
Hi all, I recently launched https://www.producthunt.com/post... and it would be awesome to get some feedback. I have integrated with a few services such as Stripe and Auth0 to achieve all of the functionality. The main focus of this platform which I believe sets it apart from other class scheduling systems is ease of use. The setup and integration is intended to be super easy through a clean and simple UI.
@warren_day so your audience is, like, gyms and studios? you might want something on the front page to let that audience know it's for them. (it's not for the student, is it?) You have those 3 image boxes 3/4ths of the way down, but I think that's too far down and not enough. I'm no graphics expert, but maybe something at the top showing a biz front desk looking organized and using the ap
Creator - Perfachhi
Hey! I am building this product - http://perfachhi.com/ There are plenty of tools to identify performance hiccups for the app that goes to the playstore / appstore but not a tool that can prevent performance issues from going out. After speaking to a lot of developers & looking the life cycle of app development, we managed to put together an SDK to help app developers monitor app performance and avoid pushing apps with memory leaks, API delays, Errors & loading issues. This is a pre-prod monitoring solution that can be distributed to QA, Beta users or any internal testing being done. Do you think this is something that would solve getting poor ratings in playstore / appstore? Thanks in Advance!
@leobassam Hey Leo, landing page is great. Looks really well designed. I'm not sure what "All features" means on your pricing page, which makes comparing it to what I already have hard. FWIW, I've done contracting and have had my accounting software create invoices, and manually completed relatively light timesheets.
Founder, CEO at Plutio.com
@mario_hayashi Thank you so much! Our pricing is not set on features, but on how you work, solo, with clients or with a team. You have access to the whole platform and all its features, on any of our plans. Does that make sense? I'm not sure how else I could show it on our pricing to be honest :/
Founder & CEO at WhaleSave
Hey guys, my partner, @jacky_goh and I are building WhaleSave (https://www.producthunt.com/post... ) We want to help users get cashback from their in-app purchases. We are targeting app gamers that wants to save some money on their App games and those who do not own a credit card and needs other means to make payment, such as bank transfer or telco payment. In short, we want to help users save on their purchases and give them more ways to make a payment online. Would love to hear your input on my product and you can visit my pre-launch website (https://www.whalesave.com) and let me know what you think of my landing page and how I can improve. Hope to hear you!
Building Workflow Automation @ Shipyard
@dijkstrah_ Landing page is super clear and the idea is intriguing! It's almost like making "impromptu podcasts" that aren't nearly as long. It may be helpful to give users a sample of the types of conversations that they could browse on the platform. Also, I signed up but never received a confirmation email. I waited about 5 minutes and checked spam - I'll let you know if that changes.
@blakeburch_ Thank you, and yeah that's spot on - the idea actually came from watching short snippets of podcasts on YouTube! That's the comment most people give, we are working on getting some demo content ready - but I am glad you are along for the ride! Sometimes Ship takes a while to send the email - has happened a couple of times.
Building Workflow Automation @ Shipyard
Hey everyone - I'm currently building out Shipyard (https://www.shipyardapp.com). We're a serverless workflow automation platform that helps Data Teams get their solutions to production 3x faster. The platform lets you build, monitor, and share solutions without worrying about DevOps. Essentially, we're trying to build a beefier "Zapier for Data". We're currently looking for additional beta users and product feedback. Our core audience consists of Data Engineers and Data Scientists at companies no bigger than 500. If you work heavily with data, I'd like to chat! If anyone has website feedback, that would also be helpful. Thanks in advance!
@blakeburch_ Cool, I'm a fan of serverless. Excited that you're doing something in that space. :) Re website feedback, I get it. You can run data jobs with Shipyard. I imagine this is something that'll be useful for data extraction, transformation, etc. A much nicer experience than AWS Data Pipelines is my first impression. Separately, out of curiosity, what about really long jobs? Some ETL jobs might take many tens of minutes (e.g. Redshift number crunching).
Building Workflow Automation @ Shipyard
@mario_hayashi - Thanks for digging in - and I'm glad to see everything was clear to you! Our goal is to make it a seamless setup experience. Really long jobs are actually right in our wheelhouse, with a cap of 8 hours right now. We got frustrated trying to make our pipelines fit into tools with restrictive timing/resource limitations. As an example, we have some beta testers right now running 5 hour long processes to generate search ads dynamically using product feeds and promotion data. That team is using a combination of Redshift, Google Sheets, and the Adwords API to run their process. Would you be interested in trying the product out during our beta?
Our application Invoice Crowd (https://www.producthunt.com/post...) has been recently launched. It's a cloud invoicing, estimation and accounting software. We are looking for some more activity and overall feedback on our software. It would be really helpful if we could get some feedback and activity.