This tutorial is intended primarily for new users of Skriv, who want to manage their projects quickly and who are wondering where to start.
Do not be scared by its length, everything is very detailed to guide you as accurately as possible, with screenshots to be as explicit as possible.
Let’s start with a not too complicated organization. It can still be used to manage real projects − like bugs or support tickets − based on a simple 3-step workflow.Read More
For the last few months, we worked hard to create the most useful project management software. With the help of our beta testers, we reached the point where we are happy to open it to everyone.
Better than words, here is a short presentation videoRead More
Some time ago, I told you about the IONIS 361 incubator. Not long after that, Skriv was accepted and I settled there in september. This experience is very interresting and useful, maybe I should write an article about that someday.
Now I want to share another good news. Skriv was accepted by two different programs, by two major cloud computing providers.Read More
Skriv's beta version was launched last week. Several testers have been selected and they already sent very useful feedback. It’s a pleasure to see real teams using Skriv, and their first impressions were always very good.Read More
Skriv now exists for 3 months, and has joined an incubator since September. It’s time for a follow-up.Read More
Everybody knows that data must be backed up and archived frequently. Data loss is no fun. And it’s obviously even more important in a professional context, when you are dealing with other people’s data.
As I am creating Skriv, I have to be sure that the platform will be trustable.Read More