Mindmesh – the virtual desk giving users control over their day – debuted on Product Hunt, the platform sharing exciting innovation with early adopters, and soon became the number one product of the day thanks to an overwhelming reception from tech and productivity enthusiasts.
Mindmesh was conceived to tackle the frustration that comes from juggling multiple tasks, meetings, and a host of activity scattered across different programs; action items can become detached from their original context or worse, forgotten about all together. The intuitive interface of Mindmesh allows users to create notes and to-do lists as well as centralizing work from other places: Slack, Google Drive, and Jira to name a few.
“I have so many tools in my stack and even more projects to deal with. At some point I knew I needed more focus without losing any vital information. Mindmesh goes beyond that and helps me achieve my primary goal: productivity with peace of mind.” Raffaele Colella, Mindmesh CEO, explains what prompted him to develop the tool.
“There’s a lot you can do with Mindmesh, but above all it’s there to help you context-switch, stay on top of your work, and never let anything fall through the cracks.” Concludes Ulysse Mizrahi, Mindmesh CTO, following his punchy demonstration of the personal workspace on Product Hunt.
After three months of closed beta testing and extensive user research, Mindmesh is now inviting new users to sign up for free.
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