First things first – who is Shift for?
Well that’s a great question that has led to a lot of comments and questions. The most important question is this:
Does having all of your communication and apps in one “container” help your workflow or not?
If the answer is yes, or you want to find out, Shift might be just what you’re looking for.
If, on the other hand, you like to keep things separate and use several different desktop apps, then this may not be the best solution.
In either case, check out the video above to find out more.
And if you’re lucky, there might still be a 25% discount using the code Adam25 via this link right here.
If that code is no longer valid (sorry!) you can still Try Shift here.
In the video I go over the basics of Shift and how you can use it to streamline your workflow with communication tools like email, Slack, and other apps. With the Shift 4.0 update they have added some great new functionality such as tabs that stay with the app at hand…which means what? Let’s say you’re using your personal gmail account – when you open a link that tab “stays” with the email account so if you switch to a business email account you no longer see that tab – it’s great! In addition there are now customizable keyboard shortcuts and you can choose what happens when you click links by the app…so if you’re working in Trello and want to always open an external app or a web browser…you can do that.