Cleverstack

A collaboration tool for thinking & making better decisions.

4.0/5
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Cleverstack is a tool that uses iterative thinking to make progress, and make better decisions. You create a prompt, add ideas, then vote on your ideas in order to rank and prioritize. Use it on your own or collaborate with friends.

Would you recommend this product?

This is a very well crafted product that I love using on a daily basis!

Pros:

Friendly, approachable design that makes it easy and fun to collaborate with your peers, or get ideas out of your head and onto a page.

Cons:

This is a unique take on getting your ideas out and onto a page that might take a little to get used to but is totally worth it!

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Founder, Subtract
Dude! I'm glad you're digging it. Let me know if you have any feedback or additional thoughts on the product, always looking to improve it. Is there a killer feature it doesn't have that you would love to have?

When you dump a bunch of designers on a simple idea, you get a super well designed and fun to use app, that's helpful too!

Pros:

It's super clean, well thought out, and strikes the balance between simple and feature-full.

Cons:

The general format (and what works best for voting) is one stack per question, which can get a bit cluttered for a big project.

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Founder, Subtract
Do you think it would be helpful if you could... link Stacks inside of Stacks? Mindblown. Would that help?
Bit aloof

Makes the idea process fun by not looking so serious all the time. Also love the sticky voting - makes you feel like a human and not just a Borg all the time.

Pros:

Not an overly bloated app that tries to do everything and actually helps you get ideas out of your head like it says it does.

Cons:

It hasn't come out sooner

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Founder & Designer at BudBud

I've used Cleverstack throughout its testing and beta stages. It's been an incredibly helpful tool for when I just need to think and jot down my thoughts without as much concern about layout or order. Then it's a helpful place for me to re-prioritize what it is I'm actually thinking, and how I'll end up executing on that thinking.

Pros:

It's quick and easy to use. Helps get brain ideas out without thinking so hard.

Cons:

You can't move stuff around like you may think to do in a tool like Trello, but that's kind of the point and this isn't Trello.

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Unless I absolutely have to, I will not sign up to any service that forces me to use these two companies for login.

Pros:

Looks good

Cons:

Uses Facebook or Google for login