In any team, it’s crucial to keep track of ideas, especially if they can help increase productivity or even improve certain workflows. However, the exchange of information is moving faster these days, and ideas can get lost in the mix.
Management tools can help teams organize their thoughts and retain as much information as possible. But there are times when having ideas written down isn’t enough. This is where Hints comes in. This app enables users to capture information easily, distribute it to the right people, and even break down ideas into action.
— Hints (@hintsflow) July 26, 2022
Retain all ideas in one place
The goal of Hints is to help teams work collaboratively by keeping members’ ideas in one place. Its main selling point that it boasts is its ease of retaining information in an organized way via tagging without switching apps.
Let’s say you come across an idea while browsing through the internet. Normally, you’d copy-paste the relevant link and share it with your colleagues on chat. But as with any conversation, this can get buried in the chat. The link can be hard to get back to even with the search function. With Hints, the link can simply be forwarded to the app so it won’t get lost. You can simply tag the necessary people or team to the link so they can look at it in their own time.
the new integration with @clickup is live
— Hints (@hintsflow) September 13, 2022
Another great thing about Hints is that its AI can grasp the text you put in as a note for the idea or information you captured and turn it into an action item. An example is if you include a note to have a meeting at a certain date and time with a few people, the app will capture the necessary information and create a calendar invite for you and your team.
You can also integrate Hints with apps such as Notion, Gmail, and Slack. The app can be a huge help for teams, especially those with a constant flow of ideas. The subscription is $6 per month, with the first 30 days for free.
YouTube: Hints – Introduction
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