Svend CP

@svendcp

Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/
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  • Joined January 2020
What is the best tool to manage feature requests?
Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

Hey @ernstmul - I'm a beta user of cycle.app/ - I use it for all product management tasks including logging feature requests. It's kind of a Trello on steroids - you should check it out :)

Roast my IG-like story as a landing page (mobile-first UX) 🤳
Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

I'd say we're right in the middle of addressing these features:

  • Custom branding, data visualisation & ability to capture an email: all these features are integrated in our beta
  • No timer: done for desktop view but we've kept it for an IG-like mobile view
  • Build a tree of answers...: in our roadmap!

Thks for this great feedback!

Roast nachobase.com
Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

Great for a POC - test ideas/projects without ruining yourself!
How do you handle it when people eventually need more storage?

Nachobase.com Get Gabbin' SCORE-O-MATIC

Thanks!!

I haven't gotten that far yet, but the architecture I have designed allows users to expand storage instantly.

The plan is that the MVP would only cater to personal projects, etc.

The concept of Nachobase grew because I have several personal projects that don't need much storage, and I didn't want to purchase and stand up, both a database and API for simple stuff.

I have a couple IoT projects that save sensor data and a few scripts on my computer that I would love to store historical results. With Nachobase, I could buy a database and API for super cheap, and then start saving data right away. Shell scripts could use curl to create records, etc.

Another key to Nachobase is that there won't be vendor lock-in. The long-term vision is a data export and an open-source tool that exposes the same RESTful API.

Also, I'm not a fan of Google Firebase because well, Google.

Roast my IG-like story as a landing page (mobile-first UX) 🤳
Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

Many thanks for your answer & glad you like the idea 😁

Actually, my goal here was to test the "Landing Page" use case - Do you think it gets the job done? Would you consider using a Once story for your own landing page?

About outcomes, I have beta users using Once for:
- User Research beta.once.app/play/ck3iwtk37r…
- Lead Generation beta.once.app/play/ck5fgtjy4k…
- Customer Success beta.once.app/play/ck0dzs17e0…

I'd say the common VP is "Engage your audience with style"

But you're right: it's still too generic - actually I'm looking for user feedback to better understand which use case brings more value!

Would be great to have your views on that!

Nachobase.com Get Gabbin' SCORE-O-MATIC

Personally, I think I'd need the following features for a landing page.

  • Custom branding
  • No automatic page-turning; thus, no timer
  • I need to see how people interacted-with/answered my questions.
  • I want to build a tree of answers that lead to other questions, maybe even other Once stories.
  • I need to be able to capture their email.

How far along are you? You might already have these features, so I might be saying things you already know. 😁

Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

I'd say we're right in the middle of addressing these features:

  • Custom branding, data visualisation & ability to capture an email: all these features are integrated in our beta
  • No timer: done for desktop view but we've kept it for an IG-like mobile view
  • Build a tree of answers...: in our roadmap!

Thks for this great feedback!

Tell me, where are the most innovators who are ready to try new things and users to receive feedbacks?
Making IG-like stories that run on a browser 🤳https://once.app/

Great stuff - just the focus I needed :)