This version marks the start of the TIKI era of having a say in how your data is used

Hello TIKI tribe! We’re super happy to announce that our new release (0.2.0) is here which brings a new interface to the TIKI app and sets the foundations of what we’re releasing next (planned for just 1 week away)!

Why we’re releasing this…

To put the foundation of what we’re building next, we had to create new areas of the app, add a menu and an account management section. This puts the foundation for the first “control” feature coming next — the ability to unsubscribe from mailing lists.

See more in our Product Roadmap

What’s in this release?

This update from TIKI includes a totally new interface which…

Have a look (and play) with prototypes of the app

Hey y’all, in this article I’ve posted links to our designs for:

1. What we’re building next — in June/July
2. Our long-term Product Vision, or where we want to be in a few months / a year’s time.

Both links are going to a page which is called “design prototype”.

🎨. What is a design prototype?

A design prototype shows how the app will look and feel, as well as some basic actions that you can take in the app (like swiping, or pressing a button). …

This is the first feature that will allow you to have maximum visibility over how your data is used

Hello Tiki Tribe! This has been an exciting week as we begin rolling out features from our product roadmap! First up —Gmail integration:

Why we’re starting with Gmail…

Most everyday email users (specifically Gmail users in this case) do not know how critical their email is to privacy and data security. Any app you sign up for, anything you buy online, or anything you subscribe to uses your email address. Big tech companies such as Google use your email data, including everything you’ve ever written (yes, you read that right) and your preferences to get to know you and analyze your behaviours. …

You’re not going to believe what Gmail knows about you. I didn’t.

Getting hold of your emails can be pure gold for Gmail’s profiling

At first, I wasn’t convinced that linking your Gmail account should be the first feature that we build in the app. We had an internal chat about how a Gmail account is likely to have the most data on a person, more than any other (maybe even more than Facebook?). We agreed, we were going to do the “add your Gmail account” feature for the 1.0 release. I rolled up my sleeves, and got to work on this feature.

What happened next, made me 10000% convinced that this integration is vital to the app.

Mike and I sat down to…

Your data. Your decisions. Our plan to get you there.

Time is flying like crazy here at TIKI, and with another week and 66k+ total people signed up, the time has come to update you on our product roadmap and what we’re building right now.

What has been released?

As of the time of writing this update, we’ve just released TIKI’s Beta app v0.0.8, with first access given to the super fans of TIKI on our Discord, Telegram and Signal communities. The Beta is not public on the app stores, and is available to download for both iOS and Android via the link below.

Hey y’all,

It’s been a while since we last updated you all, and this is entirely on us.

The TIKI movement has been growing extremely fast (50,000 sign-ups!), and we had to focus on managing all this excitement. As a small team, this is not always easy, and we had to re-focus and re-organize our plans a bit.

At the end of March, we released a basic version of the app that only includes login and referrals. We’ve only made it this far because we only have Mike to work on it. …

How to install TIKI’s first app release

Hello, TIKI tribe! The big day is here, the TIKI app has now launched!
If you’re reading this, you are probably among the first to know about the launch, as you have signed up for TIKI early on, and are mostly likely to be part of our community or follow us on social media.

We are so lucky to have you all, and we truly appreciate all your love! We know this moment has been long waited for by many of you, and we cannot express enough how much your support means to us.

To make the best of our…

Our first release is just days away, and we wanted to let you know our future plans

Hello everyone! It’s happening. We are launching TIKI in the next few days, and today we’d like to share what our product roadmap will look like. Our roadmap is based on your feedback, which has been amazing and super helpful — keep feeding it back in, so we know what you’d like!

In this article, we have put the ink down to the virtual paper, so that you all have a clear and very transparent view of what our plans are.

Release 1.0: Launch release

You might already know that TIKI’s 1st release is scheduled for the week commencing 22 Mar 2021*. This release…

Taking a stance on inequality in the workplace. 2021 edition.

This International Women’s Day, the hashtag is #choosetochallenge. This means choosing to challenge the status quo, and to openly speak about the issues that tip the balance of gender equality.

Now, over the years I have been in many social groups focusing on gender equality, as a rather passive observant. I have always been busy with my numerous day to day tasks, ploughing through the pile of work, and never finding enough time to reminisce and comment on the status quo.
This year, I feel like speaking up. Backed by the power of data.

Firstly, let’s address the elephant(s) in…

We have news for you — find out what’s happening in the world of TIKI!

This is it! The end of January is here, and we have news for you.

Our user feedback channel is now live and ready to get your thoughts, opinions, wishes, or anything TIKI related that you’d like to share with us.

Why we need your thoughts

We are building TIKI differently than other companies. Most new companies first build their apps, then ask for feedback.

At TIKI, we have taken a different approach. We start by asking YOU about what you want to see in the app. Why? …

Anna Stoilova

Entrepreneurship | Product design | Co-founder of @dualgoodhealth & @mytiki.

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