listshare

Create beautiful, interactive lists to share with the world.

listshare.app is a social community platform for creating and sharing reusable lists and checklists to assist with managing repetitive tasks and processes like recipes, packing lists, daily routines or development processes.
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Hello hunters! I am the maker of listshare.app and am excited to publicly announce my application here on Product Hunt. I created listshare.app in my spare time, which is very limited with a 4 year old daughter. listshare.app is a social community platform for creating and sharing reusable lists and checklists to assist with managing repetitive tasks and processes like recipes, packing lists, daily routines or development processes. It's free to use, you don't even need to create and account! Here's what you can currently do ... * Create checklists * Use them, over and over again * Easily share lists with their unique URL * Discover lists using the search feature * Quickly sign in using a variety of social logins * Like lists created by others I personally use this every day at work to help me create processes which can be followed by myself and my co-workers. You can see all my lists at https://listshare.app/m2de. This product is actively developed and new features are being added all the time. All feedback is appreciated! Cheers! Marco
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BigBanonosBigBanonos
can you add hyperlinks to these lists?
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Marcell
I help you reach the right ppl 🎯
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@_nycjoseph Hey. Currently only hyperlinks in text fields are clickable, but am looking to make list items with links also clickable very soon. Thanks for your question.
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@_nycjoseph Just wanted to let you know that you can now add links to text and list items. Thanks again for your feedback.
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BigBanonosBigBanonos
@m2de_io Sweet! Tested it -- That is perfect!
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This is awesome and very useful!
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@michelle_araujo Thank you very much for your feedback
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Genius, simple, yet useful.
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@pierreroberge Thank you!
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Jensen ChenSoftware Engineer @ByteDance
Cool!There is a website same with listshare in China. It's called 轻单. https://qdan.me/. Hope you can get some new ideas from it.
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?Makers Hi. I've been using listshare for over a month to allow multiple users to mark a larger number of tasks as complete. I simply create a text list and have each user put an X on each line when that task is completed, which allows all the other users to see which have been completed and which still need to be done. It has been working extremely well. Since last week, however, I've had an issue where some users can view the list but cannot edit it. Of note, the ellipsis at the top which allows the user to preview or delete does not appear in these cases. I've had this issue with at least three users: one android and two iphones. For all of three of these users the issue did not exist before last week. Aside from these three users, I cannot reproduce the problem, and for the one user that I tested personally, the issue happened with both Safari and Chrome (iphone). Any ideas? Is it possible that for some users the list is defaulting to preview mode and blocking the user from switching to edit mode? I really appreciate your work, and my team really likes the new workflow that you've helped us create. Any insight you may have into this issue would be very much appreciated. JM
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@jeremy_milgrim Thanks for your feedback. Your workflow was actually only achievable due to a bug in the software which allowed multiple people to edit anonymous lists, which shouldn't be possible. This was fixed recently and as a result you will have experienced this issue. I do have plans to build a "Team" based workflow but can't give you a date for this at the moment. I will definitely post an update here when I have any news though. Merry Christmas!
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@m2de_io Thank you for your reply, and Merry Christmas to you as well. Is there any workaround to continue exploiting that bug in the meantime?
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@jeremy_milgrim Not that I can think of. It is not really what the software was intended for. I'd be interested in understanding more about your use case. Do you reuse the lists or are they finished once they are all checked off?
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