Jetfolders helps you see what’s going on with your projects in just a few clicks.
Target Audience: Design & web development studios, project managers, online entrepreneurs
Website URL: www.jetfolders.net
- Visit https://www.jetfolders.net. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
- Take a quick look at the product information on the site and look at some screenshots. Do you understand what the product does? If not, what is confusing you the most?
- Would you sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
- Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have.
JetFolders let’s you track and stay on top of multiple projects effortlessly. With one click switching between projects, tracking messages, files, and to-do items becomes a breeze. You can even see data from multiple projects on one single page.
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Visit https://www.jetfolders.net. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
JetFolders looks like a multi-page design, information sharing, social networking and management program for pooling resources and information.
Take a quick look at the product information on the site and look at some screenshots. Do you understand what the product does? If not, what is confusing you the most?
The program seems to be displayed fairly straight forward. The screen-shots suggest that the program is designed to allow ease-of-use collection and sharing of resources using an interface similar to a computer’s folder system or advanced mail browser.
Would you sign up for a free trial/free account? If not, why?
I am interested in trying the program’s free account, but currently all accounts are on ‘holidays’ it seems, so being able to give it a try right now is a no go.
Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have.
Visually the website is very appealing, clean, easy to look at, and well laid out. The explanation regarding what it does and how it works is adequate, however, the opening visual gives the impression that the site allows page scrolling (my first impression was that if you had multiple projects, there would be like an arrow button on the top or some other means to ‘flip the page’ to the next or previous project.
It looks like an interesting program, and I am keen on trying it (not too certain what I would use it for, but I like playing with things that look interesting).
As for the ‘pay-by-month’, would you plan on giving discounts to continual users (example: sign on for a second year, get two months free)?
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