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Show HN: Taski – Make better decisions every time Hey Super excited to launch my new product - Taski Making decisions is tough and time-consuming. We make decisions all the time, both in personal and work matters. Shipping Taski - Your one-stop solution for making better decisions. Boost your productivity with powerful frameworks. Taski brings you clean, simple UI for developers, PMs, and anyone who loves planning before decisions. Multiple frameworks - RICE, SPADE, SWOT, etc. ️ Save - as image, markdown or document Share - your decisions anywhere for feedback. Check-list - Track progress with checklists. Privacy - Your data is yours! Build for all - Developers, PMs or any person who makes decisions Taski is live on Product hunt: https://ift.tt/36JpWrA Show some love #productivity #newproduct #decisions #producthunt May 31, 2020 at 05:17AM

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