He finds himself working on multiple projects which use lots of web-based tools and applications. The projects are fast-moving, with agreed client deadlines, and so his team is always looking for an edge to make them more productive, and a bookmark alternative for work was high up their list.
It was kind of a no-brainer to try it out as I had this proliferation of bookmarks and content where I don’t know where it all is. I wanted to see if Gurn could help me cut down wasted time, and to share artifacts with people who may not be as familiar with where something is.
Like searching for things and getting thousands of results back, which is annoying as I know exactly what I want as I’ve seen it before, but I have to trawl through it all.
Also, people used bookmarks, shared Excel docs to store links, and some people get Devs to spin up little HTML sites with links and stuff, but it’s just not effective. People also store a lot of links locally, so same problem with bookmarks as when the links change everyone is back to square one.
You have key people who know where things are, so you just end up leaning on them to find things. But, if those people are not around then you are kind of stuck, so you end up with single points of failure which is what a lot of people end up experiencing.
Some specific examples would be:
Gurn solves my previous pain points around wasting time trying to find stuff, having to recreate things I know exist but can’t find, and having team members asking where things are.
Why not give Gurn a try for free today!