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Posted by taskcade
Nov 10, 2018 at 02:58 PM

 

Got it. This is very helpful. We will spend some time soon to improve and add keyboard shortcuts. Open to any other keyboard shortcut suggestions too.

You can follow our progress here https://www.taskade.com/v/B1Q8lMxIfG

 


Posted by taskcade
Nov 12, 2018 at 06:58 PM

 

We’ve just released a new web update for Taskade. It introduces the all-new action view and is now 50% faster!

 


Posted by taskcade
Nov 26, 2018 at 03:51 PM

 

Hi everyone,

We just launched a brand new landing page for Taskade.

Open to any feedback!

https://www.taskade.com

 


Posted by satis
Nov 26, 2018 at 06:14 PM

 

1st few images are generic illustrations (is the first an illustration plus a screenshot? It’s confusing) and don’t show the app, and the seconds tier of generic illustrations (list, board, action views) are pretty vague depictions, and I was surprised I couldn’t click on them to see what a real version looked like. You have a good-looking app and should be showing it off at every instance.

The image on the bottom of the page - of the same list on different devices - is what people would want to see. That’s the most powerful visual selling point on the page, and visitors might not scroll down that far if their appetite isn’t whetted… :(

You’re not the only ones who do that - so do the landing pages of OmniFocus, Todoist (which I use), Things, and TickTick. I think visitors get a much better idea of what the product is on sites like firetask.com and 2doapp.com where you see immediately what the app looks like.

 


Posted by taskcade
Dec 11, 2018 at 03:32 PM

 

Thanks! We will work on improving the landing page. Just made a few more optimizations to http://www.taskade.com


satis wrote:
1st few images are generic illustrations (is the first an illustration
>plus a screenshot? It’s confusing) and don’t show the app, and the
>seconds tier of generic illustrations (list, board, action views) are
>pretty vague depictions, and I was surprised I couldn’t click on them to
>see what a real version looked like. You have a good-looking app and
>should be showing it off at every instance.
> >The image on the bottom of the page - of the same list on different
>devices - is what people would want to see. That’s the most powerful
>visual selling point on the page, and visitors might not scroll down
>that far if their appetite isn’t whetted… :(
> >You’re not the only ones who do that - so do the landing pages of
>OmniFocus, Todoist (which I use), Things, and TickTick. I think visitors
>get a much better idea of what the product is on sites like firetask.com
>and 2doapp.com where you see immediately what the app looks like.

 


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