Hard to pick up only three, but here it goes:
Awario - to track mentions from Twitter and Reddit about relevant topics, where our company can participate in promoting our services
Jira - track issues and manage projects
Social media platforms - Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Quora
My top thee tools are Gmail, Slack, and ClickUp.
Gmail- To track emails
Slack- To communicate with other members in the team. I like it so muchhhhhh when I can insert links, bold text, call, search files, integrate to other tools,…
ClickUp- To manage team sprint, tasks, and so on
Trello - to keep track of issues, rough ideas, feature requests, etc..
GitHub - with the new in-browser editor, I use it to do small edits all the time (I keep all my stuff in git repos, including blog posts and so on).
Slack - besides chat, I also have channels for monitoring alerts and Stripe notifications. It's like a linear history of what's going on each day. For example, I get bot alerts for customer upgrades/cancelations and also for increased traffic or website issues.
Up and coming:
Notion - I recently switched to it and now use it to keep track of ideas, drafting blog posts, and keeping bookmarks and notes.
Very basic tools for me, keeping it simple and focusing on getting stuff done:
- Figma (I run a design service so figures!)
- Notion (For pretty much everything related to the business, goals, to do lists, business development, etc)
- Webflow (For my daily posts, blog articles, and refining/testing my business website)