I really like the new iPad Pro. I visited the Apple store early so I could be one of the first to get my hands on it and experience the new form factor,
Over the summer my wife and I went to Thailand. We heard great things about the views from the W hotel in Koh Samui, so we took a cab over to check it
How companies use Pickle Buttons to get stuff done.
David Rockefeller's Rolodex card for Nelson Mandela.One could argue that the most successful people are the most well connected and have great relationships. Remembering birthdays, gifts, events, special occasions, addresses, becomes more
Store structured data about companies and opportunities/leads to help your business be more efficient.
Power up your forms with Pickle to get email notifications, free data storage, and the ability to share with your team all in this tutorial.
Sharing form submissions used to mean digging through your inbox and forwarding emails and hoping the lead hasn't been contacted. Not anymore! Now your form submissions are leveled up with Pickle.
As the Earth turns, Pickle gets a new set of features and free updates. Here are some of them.Many of you have asked, and we have listened. In the lastest update, we're
One of the most valuable philosophies of Pickle is to have everything in one place. All of your files, clients, contacts, deals and more in one place. Now, you'll be able to see
Greg Koberger is a designer/engineer and the founder of Readme.io. This is his setup.
Every day we see options to sign in with Google, Twitter, or Facebook. Those buttons save us a ton of time by allowing us to click and log in—plus we don't have
There are so many reasons why you'd want to search your address book. You could be looking for people who are ready to buy a house, friends to invite to a Caps game,
Coding, planning, development, design, collaboration, and healthy competition are the elements that make up great hackathons. It takes careful planning, partnerships, and patience to not only participate in a hackathon, but to host
A little background on why I set out to build Pickle CRM and three reasons it's important.
Realtors are a popular subset of Pickle users. Buyers, agents, and investors are using Pickle to stay on top of things, close more deals, and be more organized. They're always networking and meeting
Wedding planning is stressful. Really stressful. Because of this, I decided to create a better way to stay on top of things to feel more organized. By being more organized, we could make
Yelp, App Store, Google, and so many more use a 5-star review system, but this idea is totally flawed and doesn't benefit the consumer as much as some think. What is different between
Consulting is a great gig. It let's you be flexible, work on multiple different projects, and with different people. But how do you find those clients? Where do they come from?
So, you’re in need of an app, a website, some modifications, or you’re going to launch the next big thing. You’re totally excited about this new project. It’s keeping
One of the hardest parts of using a new product is figuring out how to get started.At Pickle, we’re looking to help solve that by offering a white glove service to
Making Pickle's roadmap public so anyone can see what we're working on and what features people want.
It is ridiculous. When I was growing up, some of my peers didn't like the Mac because it was "too simple" to use. These dissilutioned thoughts equated complexity as superior. They
With a few lines of code, let your users know what's new in your app with rich update notifications.
In the early days, when a customer would email or tweet into support, we needed to cross reference them with our database to figure out who they were. We started with a gmail
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