But recently we’ve started introducing some tech in our household - a business vertical I’m excited to see growing in the future
1password $ 4.99/month family account allows you to share securely not just your netflix and prime log-ins, but also on-line banking credentials as well as storing passports, driving licences, birth certificates and what not
Takes a little time investment to get started, hardest part is admitting that you’ve used the same password 50 times in a row. But once you are up and running you start to realise how bad you had it before
Our async conversations are about a million different topics, imessage and whatsapp are not great at organising complex conversations. It’s just one long stream, I hate it
You can’t tag, you can’t search easily, you can’t thread or have separate channels with one given person. Not cool
To organise our +3k messages a month we run a free slack account. One channel per macro, eg.: #finance, #home_paris, #shopping_pw, etc.
@SlackHQ when are you going to do a pro-family plan?
We are a Google home (surprise!) we love: docs, drive, photos, calendar, you name it!
Given our Google love it makes a lot of sense to be on a shared 100gb family plan (I think they call it ‘one-drive’) it’s also WAY cheaper than Apple extortionate iCloud prices
👋🏼fabri here, former founder and consultant
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