This is part of a series of monthly updates I write for friends, family, and anyone else that’s interested in following along. For the previous installment, check out my April 2022 Update.
May was a great month! I went on a two-week roadtrip through the national parks in Utah, attended RailsConf in Portland, and then I tried to squeeze a month worth of work on Teaminal into the last week. I was only somewhat successful, but I’m still feeling good!
Part of that is because I found out last week that I got into PIE! Well… I got into “Slice of PIE,” their virtual program for part-time founders. But since the main program is also virtual this year, it seems like the main difference will be that I don’t have to present at demo day, which I’m pretty okay with.
Product-wise, the biggest feature I shipped this month is retro action items, but I also made some small UI improvements, fixed a couple bugs in Slack reminders, and built some internal admin tools.
On the marketing side, I switched to per-user pricing and added a free plan and added several feature pages to the marketing site, which you can access from the top nav now.
For June, I have a few small bugs and features I want to knock out, and then I’m finally actually going to harden my SAML SSO feature so I can try to onboard a prospect that was a blocker for.