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Since Dashcube launched in free open beta back in mid-2014, we’ve been iterating constantly on key features and design. We’ve added video chat, screensharing, time tracking, GitHub and basic Gmail integration, and heavy-duty-user features like custom fields. We’re really proud of everything we’ve accomplished and grateful to our beta users for their engagement and suggestions.

Beta periods are for testing, and one big result from the our beta has loomed over all the others: Dashcube was way too complicated. That’s natural enough for a new product, but Dashcube is meant to be used by teams working together on important things, and we don’t want you to have to get a degree in Dashcube to get on board, distracting you from the important things you’re supposed to be doing. …



Communicate In Context. http://dashcube.com

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