At Meeting Room 365, we create a simple visitor management kiosk for enterprises around the world. During a recent hackathon, we challenged ourselves to recreate as much of the current visitor sign-in experience using No-code tools, to see what we could learn.
The result was a re-imagining of the Visitor sign-in experience for companies that only occasionally need to have a visitor sign in.
We also used this as an opportunity to build and launch Custom Displays, which can create a Managed Kiosk Display from any URL.
This article was originally written for Notion, and expanded to include other popular Electron apps, such as Slack, Discord, & Microsoft Teams. The instructions are the same.
Notion is a collaboration application built for the web, which describes itself as an all-in-one workspace where you can write, plan, collaborate and get organized — it allows you to take notes, add tasks, manage projects, etc.
Imagine a lego structure. Notion provides the building blocks and templates to get work done.
Our team (and most teams I talk to) love it! But, on macOS and Windows, the performance is so bad, many teams just switch back to using the web app. …
The most talked about startup of early 2020 is Clubhouse, an audio-based social network where people can spontaneously jump into voice chat rooms together. You see the unlabeled rooms of all the people you follow, and you can join to talk or just listen along, milling around to find what interests you.
An iOS and mostly AirPods exclusive experience, Clubhouse brings a combination of live-streaming and podcasting to a select group of already-popular influencers, mostly in the startup and tech community.
Clubhouse centers around individuals, most of whom have done something remarkable or noteworthy. They represent existing cults of personality (at least, in a more humble, silicon valley form), typically with tens of thousands of Twitter followers, and a pre-built audience. …