Slack seems pretty cool, although we haven't started paying yet. We like it a lot. Trello as well. It's a bit ironic - we haven't been asked to pay anything yet for two of our most frequently used and well-loved products.
Founder & CEO - Codementor
File-sharing tools are probably the tools I’m most concerned about. In my area of work, I tend to need to collaborate with others, but may be away from the office. Being able to access information, no matter where I am, is a huge bonus.
Director of Operations - Inxent, Inc.
Slack, Intercom and Github are three standouts on our end. The common element in all three is that they all have a ridiculous amount of approachability and customer service.
Founder & CEO - Framed Data
One tool that we use a ton internally is a Reddit-meets-WordPress clone. We use it like an internal blog, with comments and all. It's a really great way to share information and it really replaces long-form emails, internal announcements, etc.
Co-founder & CEO - Zapier
Slack is just so awesome. It's such a transformative tool that I feel like no one should miss out on it.
Co-founder and CEO - Fantasmo Studios
CEO & Founder - 15Five
Google! Everything Google does is magical. I wish, I wish they had a project management software.
Co-founder Stage: Seed - Sailo
Boomerang is the one tool I couldn't live without. It’s a Gmail plugin that enables you to schedule emails to be sent and received later, and sends you follow-up reminders when you need them. I am addicted, and it’s insanely helpful for my productivity.
Co-founder & CEO - The Muse
Keen IO and Recurly.
Co-founder - Crowdability
1%Stacklist Startups Are Using Are there any tools or services that you are particularly passionate about?