Looking to extend your app’s functionality, find potential partners or reach out to new potential user base? Connecting your software to other products present startups all these possibilities. As well as challenges – integrations sometimes create unexpected competition and higher expectations from users. This is the 1st introductory blog post about integrations, APIs, SDKs, integration partnerships and marketing from our startup TrackDuck perspective. That means, we will be mostly using as examples TrackDuck integrations, like integration with Pivotal Tracker.
It’s no secret that creating an awesome company culture can be a difficult thing to do; this is especially true when some (or all) of your team is working remotely. However, if done correctly, company culture can help to ensure the loyalty and productivity of your employees without you ever needing to crack the whip.
If you have chosen to live a life of a digital nomad, you will need some help along the way. While the lonely road with regards to this career of choice tends to be one of being your own boss, this does come at a price – most of the time, you are on your own. Well, this isn’t entirely true – you have your smartphone at your side to help you.
More particularly, you have a bunch of little allies in your smartphone’s apps. These tiny, virtual things can do wonders in helping you meet your deadlines, while enjoying all the world out there! Here are 5 of the most essential ones.
We launched TrackDuck –> Slack integration over a year ago. Now after number of emails and integration updates it’s official – Slack and TrackDuck fit like glove. Of milk and cookies. Or web developers and coffee.
If you have been offline for the past year or two – Slack is “A messaging app for teams who are changing the world”, brings all communication together in one place. It’s real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams. We have written about how TrackDuck works with Slack before, also check out this blog posts about collaboration, remote team work.
TrackDuck allows visitors, users and team members to leave feedback directly on live web sites, web prototypes or image files. Screenshots and tech details like links, browser version, OS etc are recorded automatically and location is marked on the spot: