Mammoth

Do More: Turn Conversations Into Results (code: HUNTERS)

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Ashish KrishnaHunter@specx · Co-founder, MammothHQ
Ashish here, one of the co-founders of Mammoth. We are in Private Beta right now, please use HUNTERS activation code to jump the waitlist.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Hey @specx! To be honest, I had no idea what Mammoth was until I saw the video. The header image and copy made me question whether it was community for connecting entrepreneurs offline. I believe photos of the product would make it much more clear. How does Mammoth differ from existing solutions?
Marcus Ellison@marcojelli · Founder, VentureMark
The thing that got me excited was "Turn Conversations into Results", which made me think that this was a better method to turn direct marketing into leads, or to improve customer development or something along those lines - which at least for me, would be very useful. After seeing the video it looks like a different version of Evernote, but what's not clear is the specific use case that you excel at where Evernote lags behind - I think driving into this would really help you segment your market and get to your true users.
Ashish KrishnaHunter@specx · Co-founder, MammothHQ
@rrhoover thanks, good idea, we'll look into adding some screens. Having seen the video, how would you describe Mammoth? In Mammoth, you add ideas and content on a single collaborative "board". As opposed to the current way where everything is scattered across emails, notes, folders and storage services. Mammoth blends documents+chat, so, instead of multiple email threads for a project, you now have a single webpage with a timeline of all content and everyone's ideas, and its easily understandable how things went from start to finish. A few public boards: https://mammothhq.com/ak and https://mammothhq.com/holly
Ashish KrishnaHunter@specx · Co-founder, MammothHQ
@marcojelli thanks for the feedback. Mammoth is centered around collaboration. Many people use it for working on projects together, studying together, working on thesis, planning trips with family & friends, writing screenplays, market research, MOOC sessions, collecting & sharing pics, among other use cases.