Andrew Orsich

anorsich

Engineer, kitesurfer, snowboarder, co-founder @ Paralect

Twitter
Thanks for the interest in Maqpie! Throw me an email at [email protected] if you have any questions or feedback.
@sampathspeaks Thanks for checking us! This is a great question! Intercom/Team powers communication of the team with customers & visitors, while Maqpie brings chat between users of the same application. Essentially any application, that has 2+ users within same account or company can use Maqpie to bring chat between them.
@anorsich That sounds interesting. I just received my beta access too. Will update you on how it goes :)
Great idea, Tobias! We've been using Atlassian wiki for a long time. If Stiki would be a fast product I can imagine switching over to it. In addition to that few which are essential to us:
1. Spaces (or groups) with limited access.
2. We do a lot of internal blogging in our company. An easy way to search or browse posts by date would be nice.
3. Lastly, reach text editing is also important. Behind simple formatting, we use photos and videos a lot.

Also, automated migration from Atlassian would be nice. We've got 1000+ blog posts and wiki pages.
@anorsich Thx so much for your comment! I put your notes into my backlog. In case you joined the mailing list I will reach out to ask what features are important soon. Again, thx a lot! 🙌
@genabasov Thank you for the warm words! Yes, we aware of Applozic. The huge difference between us through is that Maqpie is a way simpler to setup and does not require reading an SDK for the most integrations. We love developers and wish to make their life simpler and more fun!
@anorsich It makes sense! Applozic API seems to be very complex. BTW, have you heard about any other chat platforms like Maqpie?
@genabasov Sure, there few of them. If you are looking for a messaging platform, you can check out Layer & Cloudilly - they look great! If you looking for simple & developer-friendly messaging solution - just buzz me (andrew at maqpie dot com) and I'll do a personal demo for you!
@genabasov Sure, there few of them. If you are looking for a messaging platform, you can check out Layer & Cloudilly - they look great! If you looking for simple & developer-friendly messaging solution - just buzz me (andrew at maqpie dot com) and I'll do a personal demo for you!
Love the deadly simple approach for building habbits. Would love to give it a try! The only question I have so far: Is it possible to set a specific time when app should remind me to do something. A couple of my habbits includes:
1. Go and do some pull-ups at 11 am
2. No tv/pc/work after 10pm

That would be handy if app would have a way to set a reminder for specific time.
Great idea!
Just checked the video on the landing site. The video is great, but background music just distracts from listening to you.
@anorsich totally right, I'll update it when my wifi gets a little faster.
Iterating what @anorsich said, it'd be good to see a quick demo of what's inside before signing up for it
@sampathspeaks some more great feedback Sampath, will be redoing the video after the next version gets pushed up (this weekend).