Rick Segal

ricksegal

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This product is extremely rough. The search is essentially broken. I am a former VC and when I search either Toronto or Vancouver (Canada), all kinds of firms are missing. The ML/AI language for describing the fund is both grammatically challenged as well as in error. Deals are wrong in some cases. There are significant limitations to scraping. This is a decent start but it is not ready to be charging people. This is, at best, an early beta and should be labeled as such.
@ricksegal Hey Rick. Thanks a lot for your valuable feedback. We know that we have to improve a lot of things but it's coming up very soon by the end of June. The database will be updated as well. Will be happy to see you on our website in a couple of weeks.
@scherbaque, no problem. I am happy to help you with early look and beta testing if you wish. [email protected] .

Good luck
@scherbaque, no problem. I am happy to help you with early look and beta testing if you wish. [email protected] .

Good luck
This is yet another company that thinks putting up a page talking about 'simple pricing' and then saying schedule a demo, makes sense. This is a dumb, annoying process that has me and people like me, looking for other solutions. A Pricing Page is a pricing page.
Hi Rick! Thanks for your feedback. Due to the complexities of the platform and geographical implications, our pricing is often a custom package. However, we will soon be updating the page with fixed prices to make things even clearer. Thanks, Sam
Sites like this continue to embrace this nonsense about 'launching' on product hunt and betalist through the almost 'scammy' like approach. If you want to have a waiting list, great, just say it. "skipping ahead" by answering questions is nonsense and won't get you true responses. Ask me if I'd ming giving you information. THAT response when I or others say yes is true feedback not just checking the boxes to 'skip the line'. I can't tell anybody if this is a good/bad product because it isn't release to 'beta users' or others yet given 3000 people on the wait list. Nonsense and goes against the founder's comments about the internet getting out of control. You're right. It is.
Hi @ricksegal we are currently in private beta and allow new users into the platform every day.
@alexanderhipp, Thanks for the reply. I think you missed my point. Given the nature of "betalist" it is expected most things announced here are in beta. My point was about the sign-up approach you (and others) use. Good luck on the launch.
@alexanderhipp, Thanks for the reply. I think you missed my point. Given the nature of "betalist" it is expected most things announced here are in beta. My point was about the sign-up approach you (and others) use. Good luck on the launch.
This is an AppSumo in-house app and for 20 bucks, a good deal. However, this is for people who have not used Calendly's product. If you're new to trying to end the back -n- forth, this can be for you. If you're a Google Calendar person using Google Meet all the time, this is totally for you out of the gate as the free option will cover you completely as is. If, on the other hand, you are Office 365 and using teams, this may not be for you as the page shows Zoom and Meet as your video options. And don't be taken in (not their fault) by the Zapier integration as this is not the dead-simple, for mere mortals, etc. etc. solution they'd like you to believe. Tidy, this product, is very focused and, I believe, attempted to hit the 80/20 rule in picking what they did for the target they were after. The product is clean, simple, and the free tier is of immense value if you're in the sweet spot. Toss em the 20 bucks if you find it useful/time saving even if you don't need the upgrade.

If, on the other hand, you are a multi-calendar, multi-video products (Meet, Loom, Teams) with all kinds of scheduling, advance blocks, limits to automatic number of events per day, and so on, AND you're already on Calendly, switching will feel like a super downgrade, even with the Tidy upgrade. Tidy isn't feature rich and, as mentioned, Zapier will not, in my opinion, close the gap.

I am paid user of Calendly and I did buy the Tidy pro version (and will keep it) as I will use it but my go to will be Calendly for now.

100% try this product out. The time you save, may be your own.

Well done.
This product does an excellent job of onboarding and explaining what the product does, how it is used, and what the value is, all in under 5 minutes. I know. I timed it. Exceptionally well done and can be a model for others who sign people up and want to get the user engaged quickly. Well done, Simon/Issiah, sehr gut!
Thank you for the feedback @ricksegal! It's the third iteration of the onboarding process already, still a lot of things that could be improved upon. But i'm really glad you liked the experience!