Last week we added sticky notes to Limnu. Forget about how useful they are, aren't they just adorable, all yellow and square?
Our friend and angel investor Pete Shirley took a spin with the new iPad Pro and has pronounced it fit to be used, especially along with Limnu. He is enthusiastic about the size of the new device and declares it a win "just because of physical portability and fluidity".
One of my favorite ways to test Limnu is writing stream-of-consciousness words to myself in cursive. Who writes in cursive anymore? I don't know, probably no-one, but it's fun. Sometimes I find myself suddenly staring at existential questions I can't answer.
It has come to our attention that You need some keyboard shortcuts for desktop computers, and general improvements in Limnu's toolbox design. We have further discovered that some of you end up with an even more favorable opinion of Limnu when you discover that Limnu already has a few secret codes to make it easier to use.
We've added a Slack integration to Limnu! It is really basic at the moment, but it lets you create a shared Limnu board right from Slack using a "slash command", and then everyone who's in the same channel where you typed the command will get a link to the new board.
Make a board:
Two weeks ago we quietly released several big changes to the way Limnu handles first-time users.
Quite a few people asked us for a way to try Limnu without signing up, and we have obliged! Now instead of needing to enter an email to start drawing, click "Try it Free", enter a nickname and you're in.
Have you noticed Limnu doesn't have any traditional page boundaries or sizes? We want to make sure it feels at least as big as a real, physical whiteboard, and since it's digital, we figured we'd go all the way and let you make your board as big as you want. But, this decision does come with some tradeoffs.