OK - so this is a complete self promotional post. We have just released our first "app" for beta accounts. The application is called Denote, and what it does is save you from hair pulling episodes mixed with cursing. It's an app we created to stop the headaches...

OK - so this is a complete self promotional post. We have just released our first "app" for beta accounts. The application is called Denote, and what it does is save you from hair pulling episodes mixed with cursing. It's an app we created to stop the headaches we were facing on a daily basis. We hate stupid work, busy work, repetitive tasks. Come on, aren't we technologically evolved enough at this point to be able to avoid printing out web pages, marking them up with sharpies, and faxing them back and forth to clients and other teams? Or even worse sending long confusing emails full of URLs, descriptions about 14th bullet points, font sizes and browser versions back and forth? Seriously people - let's get with the program!

And there is where Denote comes in - we wanted to get with the program - but couldn't find one. So we made one. It's called Denote. It's a simple app to solve those previously mentioned headaches, and it elaborates on it's pain saving foundation to provide other useful tools. Denote provides an easy way to track pending issues with Website projects between teams, track completed tasks, and transfer notes to the team member best suited to deal with it.

Mainly Denote just makes your life easier, and your client's life. It's not rocket science, it's a simple utility. Give it a whirl and let us know what you think. If you end up being a valuable beta tester, you may just end up with a lifetime account for free! What makes a valuable beta tester you ask? In my book - it's critical feedback mixed with a dose of healthy encouragement. Now get going! Sign up for a free account to Denote!

Share on Twitter or Facebook Published November 24th 2009