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Webjets.io

The creative desktop for all things that matter

Webjets.io

The creative desktop for all things that matter

Webjets is a creative desktop for ideas, projects, and collaboration. Enjoy the full freedom of a whiteboard and a toolbox for structured organizing at the same time.

Webjets combines content and apps within one environment. Visualize and group information the way it best fits your workflow. Work with your favorite apps like Google Docs, YouTube, and Wikipedia right within Webjets. No more switching focus between many productivity tools and browser tabs. All you need at hand.

Webjets is currently free. Email us at hello@webjets.io with the subject BETALIST18 to get 42% off for the first 6 months, once we introduce paid plans.

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I love using this product. It has organized and simplified my daily workflow one-hundred-fold. I cannot live without this tool after just using it for a few weeks!
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@traderserge We are very happy that Webjets.io helps your productivity so much!
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It's the best program that I have ever used to organize my life. It's super easy to understand and to use. I totally love it.
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@gossettele Bea, it's great to hear that Webjets.io simplifies your life! :-)
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Dear BetaList community,

Thank you very much for your response and the plenty sign-ups we've got. We got amazing feedback and many users a confirming the versatility of Webjets.io.

You guys rock!

There are so many productivity apps out there. We always have been avid fans of those tools, like for example Trello and Evernote. Existing apps where not flexible enough to us. This means you either have to adapt your workflow or use a bunch of different apps to get your work done. This way you lose focus and your pieces of work are spread across data silos.

So we built an app for seamless productivity, by being able to combine any content with any other content or even app. And visualize everything the way you want.

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