Pitch for DidLog

public —  December 16, 2013

Company / App Name: DidLog

Twitter – did_log

What does it do?

DidLog lets you automatically share what you really got done with your team. We pull from the services you already use to populate a timeline you can share with your team. You get daily emails recapping the day before.

Why do we need it?

Manually tracking what you do all day sucks. It takes a lot of time and ruins your workflow and wastes money. Stand-ups can be ineffective and a huge time sink, especially for teams that are spread out. DidLog removes these problems.

Who is it for?

Developers, Designers, Startups, Marketers. Anyone who uses GitHub, Trello, Google Drive, Google Calendar, or Dropbox. Anyone who has remote workers on their team. People who need to be up to date all the time.

What makes it stand out from the crowd?

DidLog is the first product to automatically track what you and your team really gets done. Every other product requires e-mails, or workflow disrupting reporting. When sharing is this easy, your team is always ready to rock and roll.

What’s next?

We are constantly adding new services for people to connect to and track, and G-Mail is next. We\’re also adding the ability for people to track and share things by projects instead of only having global sharing.

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