Over the last couple of weeks we made a series of changes to the Krumplr user interface. One set of changes is focused on the first-time experience. We wrote about those in our recent post All Aboard! Another set of changes is focused on the everyday experience.
That’s right, Asana tasks have joined the list of to-dos that Krumplr can bring together for you! Add Asana to your linked accounts in Krumplr, and you can add individual Asana tasks to any of your Krumplr lists or simply type ‘@asana’ to create a list that automatically contains all of your uncompleted Asana tasks across all of the workspaces and projects you have access to. Of course, you can also create multiple Asana lists and configure them to show you just what you want to see.
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If you are like us, you get your fair share of emails every day. Some of them cause real work. Work that you better track on your to-do list. For example, answering John will take up sufficient time so that you have to plan for it.
Early on, Krumplr started providing you with simple ways to turn a single gmail message into a to-do. You made good use of that. A few days ago we took the next step: Gmail lists. Gmail lists automatically search your gmail account and show all messages that match the list’s configuration. Nothing left for you to do manually.
Since we were accepted to PIE, I often have been asked what life in an accelerator is like. There is no short answer other than maybe ‘accelerated’. So, here is my long answer.
Know Your Customers is the first thing you learn in business school. It’s also a core message of many of the presentations at PIE. On Thursday I was taught a hands-on lesson about customer insights right here at my desk at PIE.
It was the evening of TechCrawl, an open door event of the local tech industry. PIE kept its doors open till late into the night. At some point I was approached by a young man:
“I need to talk to you.”