Share your product here to get support, feedback, users (w/c 15th of June)
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. 😊
Co-creator of Potato Pirates
Hi everyone, our product Rolljak was just launched for public beta! Rolljak is a gamified rapid ideation tool that encourages collaboration and fosters innovation and creativity within your team. It seamlessly integrates relevant design principles and methods to supercharge your creativity through play. Our distinct design challenges involve proven ideation techniques to amplify divergent thinking skills. You can try out the platform by signing up for an account from your desktop here . If you are met with any issues, you can fill in a bug form and leave any feedback or suggestions here. Feel free to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a demo to learn how you can use Rolljak to encourage innovation within your company, impart design innovation principles, crowdsource ideas from customers, and engage your audience! P.S. Sign up within this beta-testing phase to receive 200 free credits and life-time premium member status!
Co-Founder at Girlsourced
@rolljak @nauxaijmil Really interesting to see this as I used to be involved (or still am) in many brainstorming sessions. I was in charge of a series of them at one point and had to come up with all sorts of things from spin the bottle to drinking vodka shots (tbh testing for a client's product 😂) just to get the group to speak! Love this idea and think it would really be great also for agencies.
Co-creator of Potato Pirates
@rolljak @rachel_lanham Hi Rachel, yes that's right, our team have been working hard during Singapore's lockdown period the last 2 months. We wanted to push this product out asap so that it serves teams that are working remotely. The host can share screen via zoom/teams/skype and the rest of the team can sketch their ideas on their mobile phones.
https://tonalify.app, 🎼 a musical game to improve ear tonal capabilities for musicians. It's a free game that challenges you to guess the key/tonic of a song. Understanding of keys is a valuable tool for learning music. It's also essential for harmonizing, mixing, and composing music. I designed this tool around my learning routine, launched recently on PH. I'd really appreciate feedback from makers who happen to be musicians! 🎹
Co-creator of Potato Pirates
@amrsobhy this is really cool, I'm trying it now, and when the piano appear the white text can be read properly, you may want to add a dark translucent background behind the white text when the piano appears! I'm just learning the ukulele during lockdown so this is definitely such a fun tool to pair with learning instruments.
Product manager tinkering with code
@amrsobhy This was really fun to try! I see that you expect users to commit to training the ear with the tool on a daily/weekly etc. basis. Have you thought about extending the challenge to also guess scales (major/minor), chord progressions, notation of melodies, intervals etc. I think, if I were to come back, I would need some more different kinds of challenges. And a question: Did you note down the tonalities of the songs yourself? Or are you using some kind of technology to set the correct tonalities of the songs played?
Founder at Yuzu Metrix. Call me G. :)
Founder at Yuzu Metrix. Call me G. :)
@amitsingh123 I really like the idea, awesome website. (love the colourful popup - it's less annoying haha) I feel, however, that you need to give me more info on your product. What do I get for such a large monthly commitment? Maybe a couple of case studies showing the result(s) would be perfect to convince me. :) I hope this helps.
Contract Management tool in Gmail https://www.producthunt.com/upco... Product: - Plugin for gmail - Auto creates a repository of contracts, searchable by full text and key data points (parties, dates etc) from your Gmail and Gdrive files - Basic reports on contract data (e.g. reminders on expiring contracts) Problems solved: - Easily find and share share the contracts people in your business need to access - Better info for management of renewals and other contract management - No need to migrate contracts to a new system or learn a new platform
Contract Negotiation tool in Gmail https://www.producthunt.com/upco... Product: - Gmail plugin - View document versions along side email history in gmail - Automatically track document versions - See analytics on negotiation duration etc Problems solved: - Keep track of what is negotiated and why, in one place - No more mixed up doc versions - Understand what/who is slowing down negotiations - Easily share with team members giving visibility in to negotiation status
Content Strategist @ LUCID
Happy Monday everyone! We just launched our music for mental health app VIBE, and we'd love for you to check it out! VIBE uses AI, music theory, and cognitive science to create personalized soundtracks for stress and anxiety relief. You can check out our launch and get a special discount at https://www.producthunt.com/post... ! 🥳
Startups ||CyberSecurity|| Networking
We at !CISAPP Online Private Limited have build decentralized social network focusing mainly on privacy and user data. CIS is world's first social media platform where users can segregate people based on account categories - Public, Family, Friends, and work. Here is the link- https://play.google.com/store/ap... Site- connect2single.com Contact- email@example.com for any queries.
Startups ||CyberSecurity|| Networking
@connect2single @willddddd Yes! Exactly as said data is the new oil and its already paying a big price to the world and we are the product to the system. In the end, our data is the one who the big tech giants are playing with. But this all is evacuated by implementing blockchain and other emerging technologies. Our CIS App is decentralised in the way : - Applying Blockchain technology totally which removes the server hacking and leaking the data across the web. The data is stored into blocks and encrypted in a block computing algorithm using evolving techniques, this way the data is not stored into servers. - Each node within the network functions as a separate authority with independent decision-making power regarding how it interacts with other systems. These networks also distribute processing power and workload functions among connected servers. It's makes it's easy to control data by its users. Thus, It makes a rigid app to try and be secures from all fuss and breaches. Everyone is responsible for their privacy. Cis app is thus must use for everyone: Its time to make a change!! For more references checkout- https://medium.com/@connectinsingle
We recently opened up Herald (https://heraldhq.com) to anyone who wants to sign up. We help product owners collect and organize customer feedback so that they can make better decisions about what to prioritize and create personal relationships with their customers. Feedback is scattered across live chat, email, Notion/Google Docs. We get it into one place and structure it for analysis and follow up. Herald also weaves that feedback into beautiful (and highly customizable) public roadmaps and changelogs.
@nilkanthjp 👍 I like the concept because our customer issues and feedback are all over the place right now. I think this could be useful as we scale and it becomes difficult to keep track of everything from the point the customer has an issue all the way to the point that the devs have pushed it live. Do you currently integrate with gitlab (this is where we are currently uploading screenshots of customer problems)? Thanks
@willddddd Hey William! Sincerely appreciate the feedback. Right now, we only have a one-way integration with Gitlab. So basically when you create issues there, you can link back to a topic in Herald which allows engineers and designers to see all the feedback the team has gotten about that action item. Does that make sense? We're always looking for design partners to help guide how to improve these integrations so happy to chat if you're looking for something more.
@nilkanthjp Great idea for a product. Are you able to give your feedback directly to the person who raised it? You might want to discuss the feature further, tell them it's been incorporated or that you're not going to do it. There is always the risk that a customer gives feedback and then it falls into a big black hole. This loses trust with the customer. Need to find ways to stop this from happening.
Co-Founder @ ProsperStack
Hi everyone! We just launched ProsperStack and would love feedback on our product and marketing page. ProsperStack is an app that uses Stripe to automatically prevent cancellations and offers metrics and feedback collection for your subscription churn. If you're a SaaS company using Stripe, we'd love to get your feedback on the product, ease of integration, etc. We'd also love some feedback on the marketing site. Does it communicate the value proposition clearly and effectively? Any advice on what we're missing or could improve? Thanks so much for checking it out!
@gfloyd @gfloyd I love how sleek your solution is to reduce the churn problem 👊! I had a look at the website and found myself going back to the screenshot (img2) in your PH submission. Personally I like to have a peek at the interface before I go for the trial. Going, back to the product, would you provide me with "templated" exit surveys? What about a choice of offers or coupons that are likely to work? Maybe I'm getting ahead of myself here but if I signed up and experimented today, I'd have to experiment before my churn prevention tool becomes useful. Assuming you already have this data from the other clients, I'm hoping that it would be more "plug and play" when I use the trial. I'm so lazy ... I know 😸
Founder of IDEAL
@billfromberlocks This is really cool. I like the concept. One piece of feedback, it wasn't immediately clear if the 1:1 aspect was with other founders or with you. From the copy "We show you how to charge money for your product." it sounds more like you are offering consulting or coaching vs connecting founders to each other for 1:1 accountability. If it is more consulting or coaching I'd say make that clearer and highlight why you have the expertise or some social proof that you've done this before. Goodluck!
@billfromberlocks Hi Bill, I love how you have neatly and precisely communicated the idea. You've got great design there 👏 Honestly, I'd like to try the product but when I saw it was $15 pm, I thought to myself that I could arrange this on my own. I appreciate that you have a network of founders which may be less biased than my own network and provide a broader range of feedback. But, personally, I'm not sure if that's enough value for me. Have you thought about making the product freemium? Your product might expand quicker this way because the free users will join quicker, give you more feedback so you can "divide up" what should be paid for later on? Just my two cents 😃
Family man and Founder of berlocks.com
@leylandjacob Sorry for the late reply! Great point outs. We'll have to make our text more clear. The idea is weekly founder to founder calls to keep accountable to build a quick MVP, find customers, and charge revenue. I work directly with the founders for 3 weeks, then we pair them with another founder on the platform. We educate them by blog posts we that write and stuff that we send them. After writing all this, our landing page can definitely be clearer. What's your idea? If you want to share it here, I can share my feedback. :)
Hey makers! At work, I've been growing increasingly annoyed wasting time on unstable and mission-critical webhooks. Nowadays, webhooks are a critical part of many systems (my experience is in e-commerce) and the tooling around them is lacking. I recently launched https://hookdeck.io for the developers to precious save time that can be better spent elsewhere 🙌 Like with anything new, it's always complex to find your early users and make compelling products for them. If any of you reading this are using webhook or providing webhooks I'd love to have your thoughts and feedback about how we could build the product in a way that's compelling for you. Give Hookdeck a try! I know we can help you save time and we're currently giving it for free 🤩 Cheers! PS: If you'd like to chat you can also reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Founder @ stormkit.io
Hi makers 👋🏻 I am excited to announce that Stormkit is finally on Product Hunt. I've been working hard over the last two years to make Stormkit a great tool to use for frontend developers. It is designed to simplify deployments and application management. It's similar to Vercel as it connects to your repository and builds your application on a serverless environment. They launched around the same time I was prototyping Stormkit :) Main differences are: ✅ With Stormkit you can inject code snippets to your documents without deploying. Changes are effective immediately. ✅ Publish multiple deployments at the same time to perform A/B tests. ✅ Remote configuration (like Firebase for mobile apps) ✅ Multiple infinite environments for each application. Lately I have also redesigned the landing page which is now open source. Check it out on https://www.stormkit.io. I'm looking for users/testers and/or feedback 🤗
Developer + Entrepreneur
Building solution over the interwebs
Shanc An app to help you get better takeaways from your Google Analytics. We launched today, and the motivation behind this was me getting frustrated by the Google Analytics dashboard. I wanted my Google Analytics data in better UX like Simple Analytics but didn't want to handle migration. We do not store any data but call GA API under the hood. Hope it helps others to analyze their data better. Currently, we offer everything for free. I would love some feedback, email me at email@example.com.