From to-dos buried deep in the past to messages lost in your inbox, your project is a mess. It started out simple but evolved into a something else entirely. What happened?
↳ Lack of clarity
What is the latest version of a file? When did it change?
↳ Lost details
When did this invoice get paid again?
↳ Paper shuffle
Where is that thing you sent me a month ago?
↳ Notification overload
I can't navigate all these messages and alerts!
Where were we six months ago? Where are we now? You have different tools for different purposes, but none that log the progress of a project and artifacts making it what it is today.
↳ Ease of use
Find information & artifacts at a moment's notice.
↳ Everyone up to speed
Keep the whole team and clients updated.
↳ No red tape
Focus your attention on the work, not the bureaucracy.
↳ Newcomers welcome
Introduce new team members to a project.
Tapwater creates a timeline for a project as it progresses. By including only the most important information in a linear, easy-to-follow flow, you and your team can effectively keep track of deliverables, milestones, and most importantly, the future.
↳ Deliberate discourse
Thoughtful discussion over instant communication.
↳ Keep track
Make a log of important decisions and resolutions.
Eliminate excess data, conversations, and stress.
↳ Two birds, one stone
Log what happened and notify teammates of progress in one action.
No credit card required. Delete your account any time.
Organize and filter posts with color-coded tags
Invite others to contribute and assign individual permission levels
Highlight important elements in a post
Discuss posts with teammates
Contribute to discussions by replying to email
Pin discussion resolutions
Create posts with freeform content
Upload assets and deliverables
Posts presented as you created it; no Tapwater branding
Share timelines with a public link, or keep them private
See post edit history
Archive finished projects
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Communication in the 21st century is complex and exhausting. The conversation moves from email to text, to the phone, to an app, back to text and as a result, we're pulled in all directions by tools designed to seize our attention and keep it captive. In building Tapwater, we set out to fix this line of thinking by building something you can use when you need it and put down when you're done with it. We wanted a tool that could keep these complex threads of digital conversation tamed and woven into something useful.
Tapwater is the tool we wanted to use, so we built the business with that in mind. We decided from the beginning to protect users from any kind of third-party tracking; the "value" that analytics would provide to our business doesn't justify the cost to you, the user. Tapwater uses no Google Analytics, Intercom, or tracking code of any kind beyond the basic internal tools we use to discover bugs within the software. We never share any of your data with any third party, and we've listed the services that we use to build Tapwater below. We want to foster a healthier, more respectful version of the Internet where customers are treated the same as if they walked into our office.