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The following utility (created by me) may come in handy for such scenarios : http://plaintexttools.github.io/plain-text-table/ Usage is fairly simple and intuitive, thanks to the spreadsheet like editing capabilities of handsontable . Also it handles multi-line cells neatly.


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The thread you refer to is 76 months old as of today (3/19/2014), dating that post to 2007. It seems that the text stats feature was removed at some time during 2012. Curiously, Amazon's help page still mentions the text stats feature. Hovering over the cover of *some** books with the "Look Inside" feature enabled will bring up a popup that offers some ...


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After Google Reader turned out the lights, I experimented with a long string or RSS readers and aggregation systems. I eventually settled on Feedly and tried to camp out there. While the interface is polished and it does most things well, after a couple weeks I was frustrated with how little customization could be done. Adding feeds from mobile was also a ...


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Since the OP specifically says: It doesn't have to use ASCII (it can be Unicode) I thought I'd share the link for the (mysql / unicode / html) table generator created by a SE user for use on SE I found on superuser. I found it quite useful to get unicode tables (which I sometimes prefer over the Windows-1252 compatible "ASCII" art). And this tool lets ...


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I wanted something which could capture screenshots of a local server, so a web service like Browsershots wasn't what I wanted. Therefore, using html2canvas I've made a bookmarklet which captures a screenshot locally, rendering elements with a canvas. To use it, copy this as a bookmarklet: (function(d,w,h,s,i){w[h]||(s=d.createElement('script'),s.src='//...


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You mention using Mandrill/Mailgun/Sendgrid for transactional email. You might check out Zapier for integration with various CRMs of those services. Zapier can automatically send an email anytime it detects a new lead/contact in a CRM for those services. The links below show those services integrating with the various CRMs from Zapier including Salesforce, ...


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If you only have 5 users (you said under 6), then I recommend either: Snapforce CRM Zoho CRM Both Snapforce and Zoho are great for small businesses, i believe snapforce won 2013 award for best CRM system to use under 100 employees. But both are worth checking out. As they both offer FREE editions.


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Google Forms may not have this option but you can use one of the free add-ons Another way would be by using one of the add-ons found using the top right kebab menu (1) in the form: Choice Eliminator 2 or Choice Eliminator light or similar add-ons would be your choice. Once installed you can find them under the menu. (2) Note: One of the main ...


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I'm not sure this is 100% what you're looking for but you should definitely give MailClark a try. You'll be able to receive emails in Slack and sort your emails depending on the sender. To know how to do so, have a look to the tip: Receive alerts in separate channels. Let me know if I can help!


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If you mean visitors flow report (aka. page transitions report): Google Analytics (closed-source + free) (more info): Piwik (open-source + free): You might also be interested in looking for Sankey diagrams, e.g. using D3.js (open-source + free): http://bost.ocks.org/mike/sankey/


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The only unofficial tool I'm aware of that can do this now (2017) is an Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cgollner.unclouded Back in 2013: Two new applications that do this were revealed in this Hacker News discussion: https://mkolysh.scripts.mit.edu/whatsinthebox (working app) 2013-11-15 https://github.com/kevincon/...


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The Wolfram|Alpha Personal Analytics for Facebook meets some of the features you are looking for, namely: If you have friends in common/how many of them. If you have common networks/how many of them. It can list your friends by rank, depending on how many common friends you have with them. It can also show "mutual friend clusters", which are ...


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Go to playbackloop.com and you can paste in a YouTube playlist or channel URL and it will play it in chronological order. It uses the YouTube API and works great. It looks like they only play in order from oldest to newest though.


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This is an Old Post, but still replying this in case some one finds this Post later and need some info This is a tool which we (my company Divistra) has created. Try http://dots.divistra.com It is a free Online web based Testcase management/Agile Project/ Defect Tracking tool for Distributed Team it lets you track Multiple Unlimited Project Project/...


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