How Do You Use TinyGrab?
November 14th, 2010
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How Do You Use TinyGrab?

Enter the ‘How I Use TinyGrab’ Competition

How do you use TinyGrab and what do you use TinyGrab for? Simple enough question, but it’s one that we’d love to know the answer to.

As I’m sure you’re aware by now we’re rebuilding TinyGrab. Part of that process involves a site refresh and we’re looking into building usage scenarios. We could make something up about how we think you use TinyGrab, but we believe it would be so much better to discover how exactly our users use our app in a day to day basis. We think we have a pretty good idea already, but we may be pleasantly surprised!

To thank you all of you who give us feedback we’re turning this into a small competition. We’re going to give away a 1 year TinyGrab 2.0 Pro subscription to the 5 best answers we get. We’ll decide the winners over the next few weeks and we’ll make the final winning announcement here on our blog, as well as notifying you by email.

To enter the competition all you have to do is visit tell us your email address and fill out the really simple box telling us how and why you use TinyGrab!

Good luck and thanks, in advance, for all of the feedback!

Chris Leydon
TinyGrab Project Manager

Please Note: The judge’s decision is final, multiple entries are allowed, the competition is available to a global audience. No cash alternative. 1 Year TinyGrab 2.0 Pro subscription refers to the new TinyGrab account pricing tier. The Pro account will become available when TinyGrab 2.0 launches a retail / sellable version.

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One Response to “How Do You Use TinyGrab?”

  1. We’re Almost There! Says:
    February 16th, 2011 at 10:28 pm

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