Hello everyone, I'm super excited to welcome you all to the new Makerpad community forum.

I'm Ben, I founded Makerpad in January 2019 and now we are a growing team 😍. There's over 1500 Pro Members and hundreds of tutorials.

Glad you could make it here, check out Community Guidelines for the best ways to use this space.Β 

TL;DR

Here's the best way to benefit from this awesome community:
  • Introduce yourself to the members here
  • How do I/Q&As here
  • Show off what you've built here
  • Makerpad announcements/events/etc are here
  • Share your work-in-progress here
  • Check out the Tools Group for questions/answers around specific tools e.g. Airtable
  • The Lounge is for users to create their own spaces based on their interests.

For Pro Members
  • Ask the community here
  • Ask about tutorials and post your own here
  • Looking to collab? Post about it here
πŸ‘‹No Code Quest'er here!
Whoa I love this nocode idea. Here to learn and expand my awareness of what’s possible.
Hey Ben! Can I DM you on here? Just a heads-up: the links here in the community guidelines all go to Circle instead of the subdomain so I had to log in again to access.
Having been harassing the Circle.so folks all week (Sid YadavΒ and Andy) I can chime in and say they are introducing DM very soon. I do believe!
Bonjour everyone!

Good to be a part of the inner-circle of Nocode. I tend to flirt with all the web/app builders, but I'm beginning to concentrate more on writing about it all rather than building it. I'll leave that to the experts out there.Β 

Recently I've been busy trying to build a NoCode community site with a forum using Bubble. I guess that one's dead in the water now ha ha ha!!!

You'll find me on Twitter shouting from the rooftops about #nocode if I'm not here in my new playground.Β 

Oh and I'm not French :)


I've been keeping a close eye on the no-code movement for several months, but didn't fully commit until recently.
If I was hesitant at first it was because I wanted to get an idea of just how much you could accomplish with the tools that currently exist (Airtable, Webflow, Glide...etc).
If anything, it's crazy to think how much things have evolved since I was
deliberating joining this community.
As Anthony mentioned above, it's good to be part of the inner-circle.
I look forward to building projects, and getting to know you all.Β 

Hi Adam! I'm a workflow fanatic as well. What tools do you find most useful? I am always curious! For me, it includes Workflowy, Things 3, Evernote. I use GTD, Sprints, and Bullet Journal concepts, and usually fail at Kanban. Loving Carrd right now to build rough sketches of my ideas!
HiΒ Ki !

I try my best to keep my tools down to a minimum, which isn't easy considering how many good ones are out there. However, at the moment, it consists of Notion (which replaced Evernote for me amongst a slew of other apps), Biscuit (which allows me to organize my go-to sites and applications into customizable categories) and, as of joining Makerpad, Airtable.

Carrd is a great starting point, and I enjoy it as well. It's limitations keep things simple. However, I've started to utilize Webflow for my projects since it's capable of doing allot more.Β 
Not necessary for every project I have on the go, but a must for more intricate ideas and services.Β 
This forum software is great! Can't wait to try it out myself.

I'm Alex, I run an SEO & Marketing agency called ScaleMath that mainly works with software and digital product companies...
Hi everyone! Glad to be here. While I'm not running The Mac Support Store I'm continually diving into no-code development or playing guitar or reading news and non-fiction and also practicing Buddhism and Yoga.
Howdy Friends πŸ‘‹

I'm Erin and I work at Elliot on Community and Product initiatives.Β  When I'm not there, I'm researching about how to make the internet a better place through equitable products at NYU! I dig the no-code movement and happy to be here.Β 
Hi all!
I'm Miguel, cofounder of Saturdays.ai . Nice to be here.

Hi everyone. I'm Paul, based near Oxford, UK. Freelance marketer, looking to learn new skills and launch startups. Really enjoying Makerpad.

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