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James Isaac@dotajames · Founder, Nach
As I mentioned to @marckohlbrugge on Twitter - while this does cater to power users, I don't want that to stop the UI being intuitive for a new user. If anyone has feedback on how they'd like to see the workflow improved, feel free to get in touch by the site's contact form. However, you may find that the setup we've got at the moment (Goal Map for creating plans, and the To-Do list for daily updates) is easy enough to work with. @ozguralaz - Thanks for the feedback! We do run on a small monthly subscription fee, which hopefully can be a successful primary monetisation strategy. But from your suggestions: - 1, 2, and 5 are all interesting ideas we'll keep in mind to explore in future. - Data portability is already very close on the horizon, but the difficulty is of course the massive fragmentation between apps people use as part of their daily lives, we'd have to support quite a lot of different APIs - we're just working a bit more on the core before branching out. - Value of data - I'm aware of the possible revenue streams surrounding this, but in my opinion this is slightly disingenuous (the primary focus is no longer helping users achieve their goals, but making good affiliate deals), and a bit of a breach of privacy (we're much less social-oriented than similar products). So, as a matter of principle, I'll say that we won't be trying to derive any value from users' personal data :).
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Marc KöhlbruggeHunter@marckohlbrugge · Founder of BetaList
I've been using Lift and Habit List to track my progress towards my goals. With those apps you simply set a recurring task (e.g. meditate every day, exercise 3 times a week, etc) and then just check them off everytime you complete such a task. This works great for getting into certain habits, but it's not great for anything that requires a multi-step process. Looks like that's where Nach comes in. I haven't tried the app yet, but look at the video their service allows for a lot more flexiblity and takes a more GTD-like approach. I love the reporting tools they have. Only downside, and it's a dealbreaker for me, is that their input process seems complicated as well. I think there's a time for goal setting, and a time for doing. These should have different interfaces, yet they all share the same one with Nach it appears. I hope to see something that's a mix between the flexiblity of Nach with the ease of use of Lift. Can't wait to see where they will take it!
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
It's definitely a power user tool in design and business model (it's a paid product after its 30 day free trial). cc'ing @tonystubblebine from Lift and @ozguralaz from Habit Clock.
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Özgür Alaz@ozguralaz · Trend Expert, Founder of @usefulideasnet
@marckohlbrugge I recommend to use habitclock.com, too. It is very specific app. It helps you to develop morning routines.
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Özgür Alaz@ozguralaz · Trend Expert, Founder of @usefulideasnet
Thanks @rrhoover for mentioning. Monetization is a big issue for this kind of products. My recommendations for this products are 1. Visualisation: People'd like to showcase their successes. Now, there are lots of print or poster api. This product can offer prints or posters of my infographics. 2. Sponsorship: Banks, telco companies, business magazines or other brands may be sponsor people to use it. At habitclock, we are talking with toothbrush brands for sponsoring. 3. Data Portability: Integration with evernote, ifttt are the key. Because, everyone have unique routines and data flow. A single product can not satisfy all needs. 4. Value of Data: I am not sure, but this kind of apps have people's goal. This apps know what their users want to achieve. A remarketing platform can be developed to monazite. 5. Affiliate Store: There are some tools that help people to be more effective. THis kind of product (and we, as a habitclock.com) can develop an affiliate store that contains this kind of lifehacking tools.