I'm not sure if the design is an all or nothing approach - meaning PH, Stripe, and GA are required, but if there is the ability to position the metric views on boards, having an example for users to look at or even themes based on type of products would be interesting.
If we could track your progress using the tool you are selling it makes it really fun to root for you!
I know that is really difficult information to give out though, especially when one of the numbers isn't what you would want to advertise.
If the team is reading along: You have to make me SEE some actual value output here. Time is precious.
Otherwise, the feedback on seeing an example is valid and noted. Thanks for taking the time!
Sure it's not Material design, but who cares?
As for the other three stages, they are very Stripe heavy. If I don't have Stripe, then I can't use your product and if I had stripe I'd probably start looking at other solutions as well like Baremetrics (which by the way has a great example/demo board as someone suggested).
This marks our starting point, so yes. At the moment, the Launch view serves as a place, that unifies the things you check during a Product Hunt launch, nothing more.
Many people use Product Hunt, many people use Stripe, so we started there. The way we've set things up however, is entirely flexible, so as long as useful data is exposed via API, there's something we can do with it.
So, now we've launched, and then the real work begins. We'll listen to all feedback, and then see what views and integrations to work on next.
We can implement new views quite quickly, so watch this space.
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Again, thanks for your feedback, it's appreciated.
We created Unubo to provide more cohesion between all of the online services we use - mostly in silos, switching from one tool to the other.
In a nutshell, it brings together your data from places like Stripe and Google Analytics, to help you make sense of what's happening in your startup.
Here for questions and feedback.
Good feedback, thank you.
Looks cool, will check it out.
Currently thinking about having a 7 day trial that starts ticking after say 10 successful API calls. Do you think that is a good compromise?
Have you thought about N API calls for a trial? That's what I've used for API-first products in the past that worked pretty well for me.
Startups are an experiment after all, so let's see what works.