He finds himself constantly jumping between the tools and applications he needs to do his job and, working in a startup, he’s always racing against the clock to get his work done and move on to the next thing.
I tried it out because I am a bit of an experimentalist and I thought I would give it a whirl. It sort of clicked with me and I started to use it and it started to make sense. And now I use it every day – like lots!
Many of those bookmarks carried identical icons, e.g. 5x AWS links would all use the AWS logo in the toolbar. So I’d have to hover my mouse over each for the full URL to display.
Also, it was all a waste of time, because when the underlying URL changed my bookmark was dead and I’d have to hunt around to try and find what the new link was. Using Gurn within our team solves this problem.
Why not give Gurn a try for free today!