It will get better and better over time as I reach out to more companies and fill in their details!
Love the site!
From the comments it looks like he's doing some of the data lookup manually, looking at twitter and so on.
Looks like you need to do a history push instead of a replace, though.
You do mean tapping a search result not a filter item like "small team"? This updates the resultset, but isn't the best solution now as you don't really see anything changing on the screen. I'm planning to work on the filter.
I've been visiting a lot of "our team" pages lately! The degree that these companies are "remote" varies a lot, yes! A lot of them are just starting out to be remote and are looking for their second remote team member or something like that.
Obviously it's far from perfect and I've been working on this as a sideproject for a few past months. It's interesting topic for me though! I too work remotely and I see more and more companies going remote which is very cool. I'm much more productive coding from home than going to office every day.
Also, you have a good point with this "entirely remote" Gitlab example. I've been thinking about how to ask this from companies – how remote are you? I guess % is one option, but it makes it too complicated I think ("we're 60% remote"). I currently have a checkbox:
Remote first – hiring and working from all over the world instead of from a central location (found this from remoteonly.org manifesto although they have this as "remote only")
and you can find companies based on that. I think that's enough. Probably I don't care to search for companies who are 30% or 50% remote, but I would like to to know if they are in a "remote first" mindset or not (office + two remote devs). Also, this % changes all the time!
So I have been thinking about terms "remote first", "remote only" and "partly remote" and I don't have definitions for them really :)
For example, "remote only" maybe shouldn't definitely mean that there's really like no office at all – think Doist for example, I think they have an office but I would call them "remote only" or "entirely remote" as majority of the people is spread accross the globe:
All ideas and suggestions would be really helpful on how to differentiate these remote levels!
Just thinking now I can come up with several flaws to that approach but it might be a nice starting point for some iteration.
GitLab is 100% remote company  with 500+ team members in 50+ accross the Globe .
Could you please also update this info at  since it states 11-50 employees. Almost forgot to mention that we have the team-pets page as well :)
 - https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/all-remote/
 - https://about.gitlab.com/company/team/
 - https://remotehub.io/gitlab
I think it would be TOP 1 on RemoteHub when I would add all cities!
I would probably need to find photos for these cities anyways, so it would be better for me to add them myself!
Also, not really sure how to fill this in exactly. Currently I have some checkboxes like "Europe", "North America" etc which is ok I guess.
I would like to make this searchable, so let's say I can specify my city and see companies that hire in this region.
Again, suggestions would be helpful!
I filled this in based on their team page. Also found this:
"I work for Mapbox remotely, but we do have offices. We've got about 30 folks in Washington, D.C., 15 in San Francisco, and about a dozen of us are remote in the U.S. and Canada, Europe, and South America."
So maybe they are open to consider remote candidates. I will need to email them and ask! If they are not considering new remote candidates, I should probably remove them from the list.
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