For the first few months of 2022, we’ve been quietly working on reimagining Cascadin. Our mission isn’t changing, but we’re trying something new. It’s a new outlook to help you and small teams. It’s a new beginning for us, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Simple organizing just got a little easier
Our goal with this update is to give you more control over your organizing system while also increasing the simplicity of the tool.
The thing that continues to make the biggest difference for us and the development of Cascadin? It’s your feedback.
How do you organize? How do you go about it? For me, my #1 tip to organize is simple, flexible, and even Ben Franklin approved.
The most dreaded phrase for any team: “We’re going to have to have more meetings.” When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in early 2020, many teams and organizations went remote.
Learn how Cascadin helped us work remotely by making meetings more effective.
Life comes at you fast and is never dull. A few weeks ago, Jake learned that his identity had been stolen and someone was using his personal information fraudulently.
A new and unexpected use case, tracking and documenting identity theft has been simple with Cascadin.
While to-dos are not the core of Cascadin’s simple project management system, we recognize they’re a valuable tool for quickly gathering your thoughts and documenting very simple tasks and reminders for yourself.
Learn how we’ve overhauled to-dos to make them simpler and more flexible for organizers using Cascadin.
For software, it’s often a precarious balancing act to provide users with actionable information while not providing so much data that important items are missed.
Learn how we’ve evolved to provide more signal and far less noise for teams using Cascadin.
For many, a dark theme may be purely about the look and feel, while for others, it is about improving accessibility. But a dark theme by itself does not equate to increased accessibility.
Here are our reasons for implementing a dark theme for Cascadin.
When we started Cascadin, one of our goals was to help nonprofits organize and document their work so they can spend more time focusing on their missions.
We are excited to announce a step towards this goal of serving nonprofits.
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