Level is coming in January

A few weeks ago, I started testing Level with a small group of early access customers. I have to admit, I was pretty scared. I’ve been toiling away for months, creating something from nothing, hoping that it would resonate with people.

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Would anyone actually like it?

Over 6,000 people have expressed dissatisfaction with the status quo. But are people actually willing to do the hard work of switching to a different tool, in pursuit of a better workflow?

Of course, it’s impossible to know for sure with a tiny sample size…but I saw a glimmer of hope.

I watched a small team fully embrace Level and leave behind their push-notification-driven workflow. For the first time outside of the laboratory, I observed Level doing the exact job I designed it to do. I was floored.

Seeing this team succeed with Level inspired me to take another scary leap, which I just announced today:

The Level launch will begin in January

Believe me, I could easily hide away in my cave and keep polishing the product for many more months. But I’m a firm believer that the best way to find out where your product really stands is to introduce it to the marketplace.

And I believe in the power of setting a deadline, drawing a line in the sand, and adjusting the scope of work accordingly.

Ahead of the forthcoming launch, you can now pre-order Level to save your spot in line.

The $48 (one-time) purchase will be credited to your future Level subscription. I’ll begin sending invitations in late January to those who pre-order.

I’m still nailing down the initial pricing for the product, but rest assured it will be a fair monthly per-seat price. No gimmicks.

Save your spot in line →

I can’t wait to invite you to Level and to see the kind of impact it will have on your team’s productivity ❤️

 
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