We just went through a very coarse winter here in Canada, what let’s me focus a lot more on indoor projects. Beside house maintenance and snow shovelling, I worked a lot on Collabd.
Like I said in the past Kanban update, I worked on the landing page in parallel of the app. We launched the first real version of the landing page earlier this spring, now allowing the users to subscribe to the upcoming beta. We list Collabd’s main features too, just have a look here: https://collabdapp.com
Like we tweeted earlier in February, we have a first version of the Trello Power-up and the Collabd Trello Link-up done. The power-up will let you push data from Trello to Collabd, and the Collabd Trello Link-up will let you do the opposite, send data to Trello from Collabd. That done, we are completing our first product integration.
We built a simple blog to simplify the information sharing process. Even if the blog doesn’t have too much content for now, we’ll use it to share specific informations about the product, like the Supported platforms and the Software integration roadmap. https://blog.collabdapp.com/
As a main selling point, Collabd will allow you to send your notifications to different communication channels. Beside emails, Slack is the first official communication tool that we are implementing.
We worked on 4 points since last time, but we made a big leap to our ultimate goal to feed you with a beta that you can test. Don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list to be notified Hope you enjoyed, and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter! Let’s end this week with a good Scrum Board IPA! ✌️
A blog by Marc-Andre Lavigne. I work as a Full-Stack Developer and I’m located in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Family father and Nature Lover, I write about a broader aspect of development. Less code, more philosophical thinking and experience sharing.
I’m currently working on Collabd, an app focusing on managing the different communications channels that a team use, centralizing the information in one place.