How to let the users customise the picture on the Client side?
This would be useful when people already have an agenda like learning JS or building some habit etc. Everyone just shares their journey. The more specific the group, the better they can share their journey.
I have seen some people using different ways to track different parameters like sleep, fast etc. I think the important value of this project is not how the users are entering the data but how you are going to show/visualise the data. You can have a better chance of convincing the users if they can see different visualisation of their activities.
In one sentence, you are not only helping the users enter the data in an easy way but also helping them get the hidden insights of their activities by showing them different visualisations of that data.
I am a part of MicroConf Mastermind group. Basically, we have to make each other accountable. The only medium is email. For us, this site would be really useful. All the best on this project.
Cheers Brahma! Let me know if ya'll end up trying it : }
I think it is cool idea. If I were working on this, I'd build a newsletter to validate this idea and also to build a community. Based on the responses, I'll decide whether to build a full fledged website for this.
Thank you Brahma - Great idea, will just make a landing page showing this weeks/months picks with a signup box :)
Based on what I heard transistor.fm/ is great for hosting and distributing podcasts. They have analytics, embedding, and built in website feature also. I think it might be useful for you.
I'd advise you to find some people who are providing services regarding AWS and get to know how they are gaining user's trust to share info.
This is an excellent idea. Though I have not used it personally to delete AWS resources, I could understand why this is important.
I would think twice before sharing my AWS key to the third party apps. Is "Sharing AWS keys a common practice" to avail some AWS services? Do you know any other projects that take AWS key and do some stuff for the users?
Other than that this looks like a cool idea. I am interested in seeing how this project evolves into.
Hi Brahma, thanks very much! I do believe this is a valuable problem to solve effectively and your feedback is quite helpful.
I am not familiar with projects that take the AWS keys from users and yes, I agree this is a valid concern for the customers. Currently, as stated in our FAQs, we clarify that keys are never stored on our backend and each nuke is a sandboxed, ephemeral process.
I like www.zerofasting.com/. It covers what's important on the first fold. Each other fold explains more about the app. There are a lot of subtle UX cues that make the experience better.
That's a cool one! I love how they show each of the important 4 features.
Thank them for their response and ask for more details. If they are serious and they know what they are talking about, they will respond with more details. Otherwise, they would just stop responding.
What if it’s just clear from what they say at the first time?