The app also tracks your geolocation (only on your smartphone, not being shared with me or smbd else) and notifies you when you leaving your home area, so you won’t forget to switch your toggles. It’s also switches your toggles off when you coming home.
Removing my previous comment of Dish Tango after going down a search journey, as this is also a problem I constantly face.
Finally found one - Plant Jammer 2.0 - https://www.plantjammer.com/ . The app is pretty slick. Only thing is there's few unpaid recipe options, otherwise it's $3.49 / month. But it has some cool options, like planning out the meals that you like with a one-click option. Pretty slick UI.
Hey! We're currently trying to fix this at https://www.mockmate.com . Instead of sending an application with a CV, we ask the candidates to answer a few questions related to the job, our algorithm analyses the answers and comes up with a score and we send that report to recruiters. We currently have thousands of users already and are looking for companies willing to try it out with us!
I've often thought the same thing, i love cooking but find it hard to decide what to cook based on the ingredients i have and i end up making the same thing every time
I would be happy with recipes that say "You would need to buy: X" so if i have 75% of the ingredients i can decide whether to go and shop or not
And regarding the items in stock, what about a wizard based filter that asks what you have, so you would input the main ingredients you have i.e. Onion, Chicken, Pasta, then it would ask Do you have Cream? Yes/no, Do you have Mushrooms, Yes/No, logging these every time to improve the understanding of your larder. It could even ask "Do you still have Mushrooms" if you said yes a day or two ago. It could then make suggestions based on what you have, with a small shopping list to make something else
so I guess it could be calculated by some app, given that you provide it with the information about your passive income streams and your expenses. But at the same time, it's not really that complicated to calculate it yourself.
Thanks a lot for this! Agreed that the numbers can be simple once people get a bead on them, it's actually determining what the numbers are, how they will change, and tracking them as life happens that is the tough part. Appreciate you sharing your thoughts! :)
Yes, I know workona. What I have built is similar but with less restrictions and hopefully easier to use. Since you’ve used workona, would love it if you tried tabworkx and gave your feedback on it. I’m open to adding features that you think would be more useful to your workflow.
Hey everyone! Thinking about this problem, my husband and I decided to create a virtual fitting room! For that we needed a scalable and easy tool to create precise, accurate and realistic 3D model of a person with just a phone from home. So it took us almost 2 years to develop that. And today we launched our app on Product Hunt: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/in3d .
We also found a way to realistically simulate clothes on 3D avatars so our dream to create a virtual fitting room came true. You can see how it works in our app - it's one of the features. We also have a web version here: https://en.replicant.fashion/digitaltwin .
We are very excited about showing in3D app to a big audience and we are looking forward to your feedback and support!
That's the biggest challenge. We tried to sell our virtual fitting room to retailers and brands but they are not ready to risk unless we test our product with someone else. So we decided to improve our app and focus on it. The idea is to get more users to the app, and with that we could approach to brands and suggest them representing their clothes in our app.
Interesting. In context of retailer, maybe a more immersive experience should work. I'm sure you must've explored option of bigger screens or holographic displays. would love to see this in different formats, and not just mobile app.
Interesting. But without commission, the business won't be viable. One way I can think of is to use existing banking systems in place like UPI in India (don't know of similar systems in other countries)
I was afraid 'Without commission' would be misconstrued as 'Shouldn't make money', totally my fault. I'm all in for a monthly, annual or even one time payment for a service which doesn't double charge me (Stripe commission + platform commission) for every transaction but offers what's missing from Stripe's own payment links.
TabWorkx is “git checkout” for your browser. Easily switch between your browser windows. Find specific tabs quickly or group tabs that belong to the same app with one click. Done with that tab for now, but might want to revisit it later? No problem, just right click and archive it.
Try the TabWorkx chrome extension - https://tabworkx.com/ and let me know what you think. All feedback is welcome, good or bad.
This is a hard problem to solve, glad you are solving it in an interesting way. I usually try to close all unused tabs to stay focused, since you are working in this problem space, any insights on how customers are using it?
Thanks for the note. By the way, I tried logging in with my account and could not do so. Then I tried the forget password link and it said my account did not exist (even though I used the same email). So I had to create a second account to comment here. First account was Tabworkx, and this second one is Tabwerkx.
Yes. You could see it as a reverse of either of those sites. And you also identified the main problem I've run into. My thinking is that this service would maintain a "snapshot" of your pantry by several mechanisms: 1) auto-add ingredients to it by scanning your receipts, 2) auto-update / remove ingredients as you use the service, 3) manual curation.
Ideally, there would be very little manual curation, but I think it might prove to be challenging if users decide to make something without using the service. Plus, there is the initial setup that could be a turn-off.
I could see this going slightly off course, as I have a tendency to add more cheese than necessary to some things - blame me if you want. I would wonder how you'd envision this service would account for things that could be accidentally overused or underused.
That is a good point, as I tend to do the same. Several thoughts come to mind:
1. Maybe I'm putting too much emphasis on tracking ingredient quantity. Perhaps it isn't necessary.
2. During the "recipe making process", some buttons could be added next to each ingredient that allows you to boost / reduce the quantity of the ingredient so it's at least more accurate as to what is actually being used.
3. When filtering for recipes to make, the suggested recipes could be more "forgiving". Meaning if it thinks you have at least 75% of the ingredients, it could suggest it as an option.
I like the idea of tracking the quantity of the ingredients on hand as then it provides insight into how much of a recipe can be made. It also opens the door to notifying you when you start to run low on something. But, maybe these aren't important.
Options 2 and 3 would require manual curation at some point just to make sure the known pantry reflects reality.
As of now, I don't see any existing solutions. So the best thing to do is to make this process on a mobile application in which you scan in a QR code your check with your phone and it also becomes your personal bank account. It would be a pretty nice idea for people who want to check their money in a quick and easy way. I will check the legal issues that might happen later on, so I want to make sure that the process is supported by the government.
The manual nature of cashing cheques itself is the reason for this huge friction, Digital payments have largely reduced this friction by doing away with the cheques altogether.
In India anyone with a bank account can send & receive money through UPI a payment system which generates a unique id using mobile number. Now everyone from street side fruit vendors to stock brokers use this. It's so successful that U.S., European Union and several other countries are bringing their own system to emulate UPI.
Still I think there will be use cases for cheques, especially in business until UPI like system becomes ubiquitous worldwide. Perhaps a way to bridge cashing cheques and UPI like system using QR like you mention could address it.
One way to think of this is stripe is a payment gateway only, and they are sticking to that particular problem. Invoicing is something that should happen at storefront (ecommerce) or software (saas) level. So what you are proposing is invoicing api, which ideally should not connect to stripe but to place where transaction is getting initiated (storefront or saas software)
Don't get me wrong, I love the minimalism but I feel it needs some basic confidence building measure before the signup ?
The people who need this are students who want to feel more confident and prepared for the exam, family members who can't help their children because they are too busy and tutors who want to do this as a side-hustle.
With LiDAR becoming a common occurrence on smartphones, tablets; Capturing and rendering an accurate structure of our house in 3D can be done in minutes. This removes a major friction in building simulation for home consumers i.e. constructing the building virtually(Large building planners have been using 3D simulation for decades).
Adding ventilation simulation to it can enable anyone to plan ventilation in their building. Say like after scanning the app suggests to make changes to the placements of ventilation duct, Windows, moving large structures which can obstruct air flow etc.
I came across a to-don't app, As the name implies it's a list of things to not do. I feel this can inversely help getting things done too, As time saved by not doing things we don't want is something which we can use for getting things done?
ChroniFI addresses this by boiling your entire personal finance situation down to a couple key numbers, expressed in units of time (for example, amount of time you can afford to be financially independent, amount of time until you are fully financially independent, etc.). It's not just static, but you can view your progress toward retirement, or even a job switch, and gain the confidence and wisdom to start making progress toward your ideal life.
You can check out how this relates to your situation at https://www.chronifi.com . Would love to hear any and all feedback/suggestions :)
I have a habit of saving interesting posts on Reddit that I find interesting and forgetting about them afterwards. But sometimes I am in need of some certain information that I remember I saw on a post that I had saved, but I have no way to filter that post out of hundreds of others on Reddit itself.
I came up with this website ( https://saveddit4reddit.herokuapp.com ) that allows me to see all my saved Reddit posts, filter saved posts by subreddits, search some keyword to filter out the post I am looking for and unsave any post that I deem unnecessary.
The good thing about this website is that it stores no user data on any server or database so your privacy remains intact.
One limitation this website faced is that only ~900 most recent saved posts can be fetched using Reddit APIs which is not cool. But its still good to have something instead of nothing.
Hope you find it helpful as well. please feel free to reach out in case you have any feedback or recommendation.
In response to this problem I have developed Hybiscus, https://hybiscus.dev/, which is a cloud based SaaS for generating PDF reports using a simple JSON API. All you need to is define the content using the JSON schema and submit the task to the API. No requirement for installing bulky software as it all runs in the cloud, whilst the selection of pre-designed components ensures your reports always looks professional. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
Software publishers collect telemetry from their users regarding the performance of their product, the telemetry as it is or including hardware specific logs could be invaluable to the hardware manufacturers. A business which eliminates the need for direct communication between both parties could improve the overall process efficiency.
I'd be very grateful for any feedback you can provide. I was inspired to write this when I saw that large companies will spend big money for this kind of analysis, and I wanted to make something that could help small and medium businesses benefit from the same kinds of analysis.
Well done, democratizing Machine Learning has a large need-gap.
I like your approach towards the problem and I have couple of quick suggestions;
Instead of raw results with weights, I think formatted results like 'This column [Column Name] contributed more towards the column [Column Name] you had chosen.' with weights as subtext, Because one who doesn't know or care about ML has no use for confidence, weights etc.
Other technical issues,
Results are not displayed after the operation.
Only detailed results are displayed when clicked, that too in a small iframe which needs to scrolled. I like the large fonts and buttons but the results (both simple and detailed) needs to displayed in full page( do away with iframe or anything else which needs scrolling within the window).
Thank you Abishek! I made some changes based on your feedback:
-I found and fixed a DNS issue that should resolve the URL not working- I tried from Japan, the Netherlands and the US (via a different ISP) and they all seem to now be able to get to the site
-I decided to add a summary statement in the Detailed Results like what you noted above- thank you for the suggestion!
-The tool does not always get a result (it may just not see any mathematically-observable relationships in the data), but to make things simpler for the demo file, I am guarding it so that it only lets you analyze the column I intended for you to analyze
-I tried for a compromise with the full screen vs scrollable content for the result- I now have the "Open Detailed Results" view open in a new tab where the entire screen is comprised of the results content, but I kept the summary view within the app
Thanks again for taking the time to look at the app. I hope it is helpful to people who want to take advantage of machine learning but aren't familiar with the tools.
It's worth to note that new chat app based eCommerce platforms do address some of the need-gaps pointed above, but it's shifting from one monopoly to another and it's just the matter of time before same issues arise again. Chat-app platform agnostic eCommerce solution could hedge the risks.
IMO the solution needs to be web based yet offering smooth functionality for the customers using mobile in-order for the small businesses to have complete control over their sales.
Companies Need More Workers. Why Do They Reject Millions of Résumés? Automated-hiring systems are excluding many people from job discussions at a time when additional employees are desperately needed - WSJ
Oh, You are asking for statistics data for the content of your blog like those from Statista, Pew research, YouGov etc. Those are some of the easily accessible statistics data, often free or for a small fee. There are number of other statistics agencies which offer data for significant fee to the corporates.
You said 2002, So was it some specific topic for which you couldn't find latest statistical data?
P.S. @Moderator , I think the problem statement should be updated.
e.g. You are writing about TikTok and the tool automatically generates charts for TikTok user figures across different countries, screen-time etc. based on statistical data from Statista & other sources on the side bar. All you need to do is just click on them to embed into your content.
Changed stats -> statistical data, added content to reflect the context in the problem statement. Although not technically inaccurate 'stats' does seem like analytics in relation to writing blogs. An example in the problem statement would have made large difference(You can mention it in the comments).
I am not sure there is a single solution to this that would work across all industries, as the impact of the bus factor can be quite different depending on the business.
Software as a service requires that someone else has access to servers, repos, and the required technical expertise to keep it running. An accounting business or lawyer would require a roadmap to transition all their files and documents.
Maybe the generalized solution is like ISO 9000 or XBRL for transition planning along with a centralized depository with all the information required for a transition. The depository releases the plan upon the receipt of a death certificate or a board motion or just a lack of contact with the founder over a certain period.
I agree, the solution would vary according to the industry. I think a generalized transition planning for solo founder startups with share holders could indeed address this.
As far as solo founder SaaS is considered making the code open-source does reduce the project becoming dead when the founder is incapacitated, We're just starting to see open-source software as viable solo founder business. Even then the revenue is likely through enterprise support which are again limited due to high bus factor and SLA issues ( /problems/153 ).
As far as I know there are no existing solutions at the moment for this need so I think this will be an excellent solution for everyone to use since this will be the first app for reserving parking spots. Once they use the app, they could go to the store in an quicker way than ever before.
DeepFaceLive - Is providing real-time face swap for PC streaming or video calls if the system is powerful enough. I think we're starting to see mainstream deep fake software addressing this need-gap in ethical use cases.
And also, by making a free problem solver (the solution), homework answers will be readily available for people for free. There will be more features in upcoming updates, some with a premium subscription according to the number of people using it (remember that the homework solver will always be for free).
I am conflicted about this need-gap, I understand that the lack of free problem solver is affecting you but doesn't a problem solver by itself negatively impact education? I mean the problems are meant to be solved to get educated properly.
And if such problem solvers are widely available, especially in a developing country where education is often the only means for better life then I feel it would create more social problems than it solves.
I don't think this problem should be solved. Children need to understand the subject and do their home work; If they couldn't then the real problem is not the lack of problem solver but lack of proper tutors which are being addressed by numerous free solutions e.g. https://www.khanacademy.org/ .
I presume you are child yourself and so I want to stress that my comment shouldn't discourage you from finding need-gaps which is a valuable quality.
It didn't discourage me, matter of fact, I've got another idea. How about creating an app in which you can find local tutors in your area who can help you in subjects you don't understand? Sounds like a great idea in my opinion.
It provides a clean wall to help you stay focused on the things that matter most.
So you can forget about the many to do lists that just keep on piling and then get lost, instead keep all your important things right on your wall so you never lose track of them.
And that's the motivation behind Focus Wall. To provide a single place to keep all your important to-dos. A place that you see everyday whenever you open your computer, your wallpaper! So you're always reminded of the things that you need to focus on.