Fibery

Fibery is a work management platform grows with companies
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Amer Farah
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Petr Dudin
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rudolfnn 🌲
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@michael_dubakov I'm really excited to start working with Fibery for our 4-person real estate development company. I just made this decision after studying many tools like Clickup, Notion, Coda. Your "vs. X" blog posts have been very helpful in this regard and are comprehensive and refreshingly honest. Also, I really resonated with your November 2018 post on Hackernoon, which made me really believe in Fibery's vision. Now, the only major flaw I could find is that Fibery's seemingly great software doesn't seem to be very popular yet. Which to me is unbelievable. For example, just look at your great, refreshing website and nice, simple pricing model. It was only because of your own transparency that I could learn from the May 2021 Startup Diary that Fibery has a steady count of active accounts of only 280. Only 5 new customers in the last month, which is also declining. This makes me wonder if Fibery will still be around next year... @michael_dubakov Michael, isn't it time to get some help from AppSumo and grow your bank balance and user base?
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Felix Matschinske
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Alexander Loesch
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Meeting minutes can actually be fun - with Fibery. Our team has been working with Fibery since the beta. From the beginning, we were thrilled by the synthesis of simplicity, consistency, and flexibility and are more so every day. Converting notes into tasks with one click, tracing facts back and forth via the bidirectional links... The usage is so intuitive, even management consultants can work with it ^^ The support deserves extra praise: always fast, competent and friendly. Long story short: I can recommend Fibery with a good heart.
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Nash
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Chris Gibbs
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Fibery is brilliant in all the ways that others have pointed out, so I won't repeat. All I will say is that the main reason why I appreciate Fibery is that it just feels like the team behind it 'get it'. By which I mean, I find myself often thinking, "Yep, that's how I would have done it". This gives me huge confidence that, even if the product isn't yet 100% what I want it to be, it's going in directions that align with my ideals. If you haven't tried it, give it a go. I just feel that you'll quickly decide if it fits you (and it will for many people). And if it does, I look forward to seeing you soon in the Fibery community :-) Finally, just because it has a 'product teams' focus, don't be afraid to use it for whatever suits your needs.
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Kristin Ides
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Alina Dolgikh
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Александр Протасеня
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After 6 months of slow playing around and exploring, our team is now moving to Fibery because it truly is great. There is a bit of a learning curve for the “admin” setting up the processes, but for “users” all is pretty clear. The coolest part – any user having a “let’s try to do this differently” moment can try tuning the tool to demo/support it: just add a field here and there, drag a connection, and – bam – ready! If admin’s permissions allow, that is, hehe. Connecting everything is great not for the creative purposes only. I am now migrating our financial processes to Fibery, and having the ability to put a $ cost to everything is gold for budgeting. And for the chart-junkies out there – Fibery uses the Vizydrop beast as its internal chart engine, and boy those charts are powerful and beautiful at the same time! The possibilities of the “no code” part are vast, and the adaptive UI that’s always prioritizing clarity and stability ensures a solid ground under your own ultra-flexible tool. If you dig deep enough though – and I’m talking “custom buttons and connecting to other tools’ API” deep – there is some coding involved still. But the guides are good (lots of examples) and the community forum is helpful: I got more help than I expected from other fiber-heads and the dev team! Fibery FTW!
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