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Of Hamsters And Foxes: How a Failed Startup Can Be a Real Success Anyway

Subject: Crash Landing 🙁 Hey Casandra, this is the mail I never wanted to write… These were the first words of a mail I wrote on may 1st, 2014. It was a Thursday, one of my home office days at…

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Beautifying Logbook Lists & Co. with Markdown

Somehow the lists look ugly… That’s what I thought from time to time when I was entering my daily dones in my private logbook. Contrary to the other logs I contribute to in a team context, my private one only…

Bad Mood Cluter

Introducing Teamline: The Easiest Way To Explore Your Logbook

Using a logbook is pretty intuitive. Whenever you want to update your team or get something off your mind, you can sign in and post a new entry. Knowing how to use the information in your logbook in a meaningful way?…

Types of Journals

5 Types of Journals that Will Change Your Life

Not many adults think about journalling. It’s something many of us do as children — maybe just because our parents tell us too — but most of us don’t carry on the practice into adulthood. We should. We’re a lot…

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Why Every Business Should Keep a Logbook

Every business should keep a team logbook. Logs are a place for everyone to record and track their progress together. In some ways, logbooks are like group journals. And the benefits of journaling can be had by any business. In…

New Feature: Filtering posts by hashtags

New Feature: Filtering posts by hashtags

We’ve added a new feature to teamspir.it – a really useful one in fact: All users are now able to include hashtags (keywords – known from twitter – with a leading “#”, e. g. #exampleHashtag) in their posts. These are…

Update: Reminder Mails and Day Selection for Status Update Mails

Update: Reminder Mails and Day Selection for Status Update Mails

I’ve mentioned it already in my last post: Today we’ve released a new version of teamspir.it including a new feature: reminder mails. From now on we’ll send short messages to the teamspir.it users to remind them of writing posts in their…

The next steps

In the first weeks after the official launch of teamspir.it, we were already lucky to receive some very valuable user feedback. While we’ve implemented some smaller updates, we’re now thinking about the next enhancements. The first extension will be a…

Some small updates…

Ding ding ding! We’ve updated the teamspir.it frontend webapp yesterday. While this was primarily a service release to fix some minor bugs, we’ve also updated some texts and added a simple markup option for Log posts and comments: From now…

Regular writing is the key – the test paradox

It’s time for a quick roundup again: Currently we are registering about five new users signing up every day on an average. “Hmmm… not many” you might think, but for us this is a really good rate due to the…