Product Hunt Daily Digest
October 29th, 2019

90,000 teams use this
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Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at monday.com

Over the last few months, we’ve shared how monday.com‘s ($234 million raised and valued at $1.9 billion) work management tool is uniquely designed to help teams collaborate, communicate and keep in sync. To date, 90,000 teams worldwide — including companies like Discovery Channel, Carlsberg Group, Philips, and Fiverr — use monday.com to get work done. 💯

Earlier this year, the company expanded their offering to include automations, eliminating repetitive to-dos in the process. 

How it works: monday.com’s automations allow you to put your most repetitive tasks on auto-pilot. Common use cases include notifying someone every time a task is completed, sending an email when reviewing requests, creating a calendar invite for meetings  and sending reminders to the team so deadlines aren’t missed. monday.com takes these tasks among many others off your hands, so you can be more productive on work that really needs your time and attention. 🙌

More features: monday.com also works as a central hub for your projects through its automations for third party tools. You can integrate directly with your calendar, email, and Slack, or explore more integrations with tools like Zapier and Integromat.

There is a 14-day free trial (no commitment needed), so you can see for yourself why more than 90,000 teams worldwide are using monday.com

HIGHLIGHT

In this week’s edition of Product Hunt Radio, we talked to Basecamp co-founder and CTO David Heinemeier Hansson. He talks about why we need new role models in tech, how to break the cycle of overwork, and the *unique* approach to working employed at Basecamp.

We’ll be back next week with another special guest, so be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Overcast, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. 😸

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