Your time is precious. You probably want to spend as little time as possible finding out about how to use Roam more effectively and the best tools to use—because you have more important things to do with your life.
You have ideas to think about. Articles and books to read—and possibly also to write. Income to bring in. Businesses to manage. Jobs to excel at. And families to run.
So, my job is to help you get the most out of Roam by minimizing the amount of time you have to spend learning to use it effectively.
You’re in for a treat! If you’re tired of storing your notes in files and folders and instead want to organize them like your brain works, Roam is definitely for you.
Before jumping head first into becoming a Roam power user, first take a look at the free RoamStack starter course to master the basics.
Once finished, click here to become a RoamStack member and start your journey toward becoming a Roam power user.
Yes. It’s easy to gift a subscription; simply go here.
You will be prompted to enter the gift recipient’s name and email address, the delivery date, a personalized message, and your payment information. The gift recipient will receive an email with a link to activate their gift. If a physical address is required, the gift recipient will have the opportunity to enter it when they activate the gift.
Keep in mind that you’re purchasing a one-time gift for one year. The gift recipient will be responsible for adding a payment method before the next renewal if they’d like to continue with the subscription.
Yes, but you can toggle auto-renew off from the subscriptions page (when you’re logged in).
If auto-renews is on, you receive an email five days before your subscription renews. If auto-renew is off, you receive an email two days before your subscription is set to expire.
Absolutely! If RoamStack is not what you expected it to be, I’m more than happy to refund your membership fee within the first two weeks after joining. I do encourage you to have an onboarding call before canceling, as RoamStack is based on a member-first principle; you say what you need, and I’ll teach it to you.