Do you have that one "legacy product" that refuses to get replaced?

David T. Kim
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I was using Excel to list up our LearnTech service's new partner, and I thought, "wow, I can't believe I'm still using Excel." I've tried using tools like Notion and still does, but at the end of the day, I come back to excel and notes app on Mac. It's weird. Thousands of startups start every day, trying to replace those old incumbents. But some just never die. Do you have that "one product" you tried to replace but couldn't?


Kritika Oberoi
Same with excel and Powerpoint! Google's version are kind of a "replacement" but are basically the same product on the cloud
Pete Thomson
For me it's got to be Sketch. I know Figma is the new cool kid on the block, but Sketch just does the job for me. PS: I'm super happy no one is complaining about refusing to replace Internet Explorer
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Hi there! I can definitely relate to using Excel and notes apps for keeping track of important information. It seems like there are always new tools popping up, but sometimes the old reliable ones just can't be beat. I'm sure you've tried a lot of alternatives, but sometimes comfort and familiarity with a certain tool wins. Speaking of familiar tools, have you ever thought about using opener replacement Smithfield for your needs? It might just be worth a shot!