Connected workspace for teams
#5 Product of the Week
April 01, 2020
Create a workspace that brings teams together: sales ♥ marketing ♥ product ♥ R&D.
Escape costly scattered tools and unreliable integrations by having goals, projects, customers, and docs connected in Fibery.
7 months ago
Fibery - connected workspace for teams 🦑
Introducing Fibery 1.0 - a modular workspace that replaces costly isolated tools and brings teams together. Since creating our first productivity software back in 2004, we've observed hundreds of companies collaborating online. It's time to unify. Despite the increasing variety of tools, cross-team collaboration has been a widespread pain in the ass.
Would you recommend this product?
Hey Product Hunt 🦀, Fibery founder here. Since 2004 (crap, we’re 🦕 old), we’d patiently observed teams struggling to collaborate in a zoo of productivity tools and spreadsheets. Three years ago we ran out of patience and started Fibery — and, after a year-long private beta, here we go. We believe that tools should adapt to organizations, not the other way round. In Fibery, you create a custom workspace from a set of
. Each team gets its own piece with custom work structure and visualizations. When the company grows, you add new pieces and rearrange the building blocks — the workspace evolves. Fortunately (for you :), there are other products that share the same vision — notably, Notion and Coda. What makes Fibery stand out is the
power of connections
. You eliminate the gap between goals and initiatives, never enter the same data twice, effortlessly share data across teams, and never enter the same data twice — without having to maintain any integrations. Try creating a workspace and let us know how it goes. Our
launch has made us anxious so we hope for #4 Product of the Minute. We’ll let you know how it goes in our
inappropriately transparent blog
. P.S. Fibery works great for remote teams. Sorry, 🦠 has made me write it.
We've been using Fibery since the start of the year, and after the initial learning curve of setting up (it's incredible flexible, but as with all things that are incredibly flexible, it requires you to shape it into your workflow), it's become an integral part of product development and engineering process, and we're looking into how to bring the non-tech parts of our company onto Fibery as well, and capture their workflows as apps in Fibery. You can tell the makers of Fibery really *care* about making something people want, and happy to say that we've migrated off Notion to Fibery as of this month. The wiki feature is a bit barebones for now, but it's just about enough to continue using and I know
and team are hard at work on shipping more features for the docs / wiki side. I can confidently say we're very happy with it, and look forward to taking the API for a spin and integrating it deeper into all our workflows.
Thanks for the review! We are going to improve wiki/documents in Fibery right after this launch. It will include good images/video/files handling, automatic back-references, highlights, etc.
Moe Salem Korayem
Agile Social Entrepreneur
I'm a black belt hardcore CTO that takes choosing tools to use very seriously as I analyze how easy it's to use and how flexible it is to accommodate my team' process which changes rapidly as the team evolves in Scrum retrospection. We use Jira mainly for anything related to Dev but this process isn't the only one as we need to tie it with a multitude of other processes related to Product Management and Client Success feedback as well as Marketing and Sales Fibery is what I've been looking for in all my professional career. A tool that is as flexible as Excel but not as ugly and runs on the cloud. Our first use case for Fibery is Product Roadmap. We tried Coda and Airtable. While both are amazing, they fall short when we want to go hardcore with customization finding ourselves forced to compromise our process to fit the tool, when it should be the other way around. So far the Product Roadmap on Fibery experience was amazing that we started to add more Apps * Sprints Report: which is tied to our OKRs to measure things like a) 80% scope completion B) 100% sprint on time C) 3 days max between sprints * Client requests: where we link each request to whom asked for it. We tie the request to Product Roadmap to aid in prioritization (i.e. which Request would win most customers) * Competitors Insights: list all features that exist on competitors and not us, and vice versa. This also is linked to Roadmap so we can prioritize (Use Case: our Sales can lookup which features do we have that competitors don't have during a pitch to show our differentiators. Use Case B: Our product manager can prioritize features we don't have that can close the gap with most competitors) All in all I recommend Fibery to everyone nowadays Things we're planning to migrate to Fibery in the future: * Jira (Dev Lifecycle) with Github Integrations over webhooks that auto merges PRs and update Jira status * Zendesk (CRM, Sales, and Tasks) I would like to personally thank the whole team for their dedicated support and their responsiveness to anything that we raise in need of support I am a big fan already of
blog, style of leadership and product philosophy Keep it up :)
Thank you so much for the insightful feedback! 👌
Hey, great news! Digitalizm moved to Fibery a lot of processes of our production team (25+ members) starting from daily routine and ending by super customized processes like risk management or creative. Now we are expanding Fibery to an agency team with 25+ more members so we were very happy with the new Spaces feature. Yes, Fibery does not respond to all our wishes but it becomes better constantly day after day. We really feel it. You guys make a great product and I hope thousands and millions of businesses across the world will try Fibery and get value! with love, Digitalizm
Thank you so much!
Using Fibery to manage UX/UI courses. Took less than an hour to customize classic PM kanban setup for our needs. Now we have the simplicity of Trello for the students and task, attendance, access, knowledge management on the teacher's side! I'm happy there is a work management tool on the market with such great customization capabilities! Good luck!
Cool! We consider to create some apps for education domain in future.
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