What are your top 3 digital tools you use every work day?

Ondřej Valuštík
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I was with my friends on beer, and we are speaking about the digital products - which one we use the most... For me, it's Discord, Gmail, Todoist. What about you?

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Linda Liepa
Social Media Manager at CoinGate
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
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Ondřej Valuštík
Co-Founder Meetback.io
@linda_liepa Thanks for sharing. I don't know about Awairo i'll go to test it. It looks great. :-)
Vinnie Tran
Content Specialist @EcomSolid #shopify
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
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Derek Duban
Programmer with big projects
Google Drive/Docs, Google Analytics, and the usual social media set.
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Nick Hutton
Founder of Suite Books
Mixpanel, Notion and Canva!
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Hugh Dawkins
Notion ambassador🧑🏽‍💻
@nick_hutton Love Notion and Mixpanel!
Anthony N. Simon
Cronitor.io
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.
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Chris Ashby
Founder @ We Are Heroes, product nerd
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)
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Hugh Dawkins
Notion ambassador🧑🏽‍💻
@chrisashby Go Notion!
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Maryann Superlano
Caribbean soul surfer
Trello, Google docs and gmail
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Mahak from Outgrow
Data Analyst @ Outgrow
My top three tools are Google Chat, Gmail and Outgrow.co: Google chat and Gmail : To communicate with the team Outgrow.co: for making interactive calculators and quizzes
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Hugh Dawkins
Notion ambassador🧑🏽‍💻
Notion - Spark - iCal. I try to use Notion as much as possible. Prefer to house everything inside one application!
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Valerie Borshch
- Ahrefs.com, - Weje.io, - Snov.io :D Actually, I can't stop on 3, + mail and messengers as well + analytics stuff
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Judith
Social Media Manager at Clever Ads
✔️ Slack ✔️ Click Up ✔️ Ahrefs
Nidhin
Product design and marketing guy
- Whatsapp, along with - Whatsresponse - a rules based autoresponder for whatsapp. www.whatsresponse.com www.producthunt.com/posts/whatsr... can also double up as a social CRM for small business use. - Outlook - self created Excel widgets