Startup Twos Makes Remembering Things — Notes, To-Dos, Reminders, Lists, Events — Simple, Fun, And Social

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Below is our recent interview with Parker Klein, the Founder of Twos:

Q: Parker, what is your startup story?

A: Twos was started in Tampa, FL in 2021 by co-founders Joe Steilberg and me, Parker Klein to help people remember things. Today, people have more things to remember than ever before. Twos makes remembering things — notes, to-dos, reminders, lists, events — simple, fun, and social. If every person wrote more things down, the world will be calmer, more organized, and more memorable. Our mission as a company is to make that a ubiquitous reality.

Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?

A: Twos is a free platform and is supported on iOS, Android, and web, as well as Mac, Windows, and Linux so you can remember and sync your things anywhere. We take a consumer-centric approach to provide a quick, easy, and organized system to help people remember things. We do offer premium upgrades, but they are one-time purchases that can also be earned through our incentive-based on-boarding.

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Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months? What are your plans?

A: We just started working with a designer so you can expect a more beautiful and intuitive experience as a user and new features such as Siri integration, improved reminders, dos, reminders, import, archive, and more customizations to make Twos just how you like it.

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Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?

A: Twos started as a two-sided platform to capture things privately and share individual things to connect with friends and family. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, not everything we want to remember needs to be shared. Private first will always be our primary focus, but we understand information is social and is meant to be shared with the people we care about.