About

So you've landed on this page and that means you've gotta be a tiny bit interested. This only take 2 mins to read. I've added emojis to make it more fun – I heard people like them.

About

So you've landed on this page, that means you've gotta be a tiny bit interested. This only take 2 mins to read. I've added emojis to make it more fun – I've heard people like them ✌️
👋
Hey there, I'm Mark
I love building and designing products that help people.
🚀
I'm bootstrapping my first SaaS
Stackable is the Superhuman for links/bookmarks. It's a productivity web app that helps you organize and access your links , so you can get to the things that need to get done, super fast. It's currently in a private beta, reach out to me to get in!
How Get into YC got started
While I was considering ways to scale Stackable, applying to Y Combinator was at the very top of my priority list. After a ton of research, I realized there is so much useful information scattered around the internet. The first iteration of this website is a consolidation of all the public applications I've found and a tool to share your draft application to crowdsource feedback.
💫
What I'm trying to accomplish
The goal is simple. I want to help anyone thinking of getting into Y Combinator by creating the best resource of information and tools. If this helps convince a single person to even submit an application to YC, then it's mission accomplished.
🍻
How can you help
If you're a past YC applicant (doesn't matter how far you've gotten in the process), share your application and give feedback on draft applications.

If you're an engineer, I've got a bunch of feature ideas to make Get into YC even better. Reach out if you're interested in helping others and building this product with me.
☎️
Get in touch
Find me on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Or drop me an email at mark@getintoyc.com.
Woohoo, you've got to the end!

Here's a little easter egg: The logo has a double meaning.

1) There is a down arrow going into the letter Y
2) And it also looks like a person celebrating with their hands up in the air