Product Hunt Daily Digest
June 11th, 2019

A new “no code” tool you might ❤️
Try Hansel

Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at Hansel.

Hansel has a big mission: to foster peace among product managers and engineers. ✌️

From Hansel's point of view, product development and user adoption are very different problems. Yet, PMs often have to work with engineers to do both. Hansel’s platform is designed to help companies solve for user drop-offs and adoption by deploying nudges at pivotal moments in the product funnel, all with no-code. 

Why this matters: With any product, the key to long-term retention depends on users extracting high value from a product's experience. And sometimes, keeping users within key funnels and flows is a long and painful process.

Enter Hansel.

How it works: By seamlessly integrating with any analytics platforms, Hansel gives product teams a no-code, decision tree framework to deploy targeted product interactions and nudges in key product funnels. You can use historical or real-time data to map user flows and deploy customized interactions or nudges along these flows to create differentiated journeys for specific users.

What the community thinks:

“I’m a strong believer in the growth and spread of no-code platforms and Hansel seems like another step in that evolution. Happy to see a solution built specifically for PMs.” - Al

“Easily one of the best no-code platforms for product managers and product marketers.” - Sravan

Some examples of Hansel’s ability to handle scale:

  • A payments app with 120M monthly users and an $18B valuation
  • A gaming company with 25M users and a wildly addictive cricket game
  • An ecommerce brand with 10M users and a $7B valuation

What to do now: Get started with a free trial by visiting


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