For me it wasn't that I couldn't find a place, it was that when I did I was #25 in line. So yeah, hope this helps! This sounds crazy, but I'm sure you're at the point to try anything so here's what I did to get #1 in line for our current place. Go to https://visualping.io/ and set up website crawlers on every property management site you can find - do this for their "vacancies" pages. It will notify you if the... - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
I've used https://visualping.io/ for monitoring websites for years. Works great. - Source: Reddit / 19 days ago
If you are extremely impatient then create an alert at https://visualping.io/ - They monitor website changes and will alert you for free every 6 hours. ;). - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
When I played runescape (or tibia for that matter) we used to have some "pixel bots" that would monitor a pixel on my screen when it changed it did something/alerted me of this change. I know about https://visualping.io/, but it is only for a website, it would be something like that. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
I was initially going to use visualping.io or similar websites, however they only check once or twice a day and I wanted instant notifications. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Hi, I'm looking for a selfhosted https://visualping.io/ alternative. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
PRO TIP: You can use visualping.io to get a notification when their holdings change by setting up an alert when the stock section of their profile page changes. I started doing this with TMFJoey but it seemed like he traded a bit too frequently for my taste. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
I'd like a self hosted, lightweight version of visualping that outputs the diffs in multiple formats (RSS feed, email, dump to file). - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
You guys might also like https://visualping.io, which lets you scan for differences in pages, etc. I use it to see when waiting for thing to be back in stock, book releases, etc but you might find a use for GME research as well! - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
I (an anon berkeleytime team member hehe) personally use https://visualping.io on the classes.berkeley.edu page and its count of open seats when I really want to get on the waitlist of a course. It will email you any time there is a visual difference in the numbers; you can just use it as a little daily update for yourself to see if you should drop a class you're enrolled in and Phase 1 math 110 instead. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
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