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12 Most Useful Knowledge Management Tools for Your Business Confluence Slite GetGuru Notion GitBook Bit Tettra ProProfs Knowledge Base HelpJuice
  1. Archbee is a developer-focused product docs tool for your team. Build beautiful product documentation sites or internal wikis/knowledge bases to get your team and product knowledge in one place.
    Archbee offers Mermaid, as well as Markdown through GitHub, and API capabilities, meaning it’s perfect for code documentation. In addition, 30+ custom blocks, as well as 25 embeds and integrations available, make this tool extremely versatile, covering most documentation needs.

    #Developer Tools #Documentation #Documentation As A Service & Tools 21 social mentions

  2. Confluence is content collaboration software that changes how modern teams work
    The biggest downside to Confluence is that, although it offers incredible features, users have to pay extra for some of them. However, if you have ten or fewer users, you can use the tool for free.

    #Content Collaboration #WiKi #Task Management

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    Your company knowledge
    Slite integrates with Slack, Trello, GitHub, and Asana, among others. It allows you to import and export data, but you cannot compare documents through this tool, meaning you’ll have to look elsewhere for that feature.

    #Writing Tools #Wikis And Discussion Spaces #Work Collaboration 10 social mentions

  4. Get started for free with Guru, the powerful company wiki that cuts through chat noise to serve you the info you actually need to do your job.
    Additionally, GetGuru offers a browser extension for their app, allowing the users to access it even when they’re not in the database itself but browsing the web.

    #Documentation #Documentation As A Service & Tools #Knowledge Management

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    All-in-one workspace. One tool for your whole team. Write, plan, and get organized.
    If you want to use Notion as a team and have unlimited team members, you’ll have to pay $8 a month per user (billed annually) or $10 monthly. Like other software, Notion allows negotiation for enterprise prices, offering additional security and advanced controls.

    #Productivity #Work Collaboration #Note Taking 438 social mentions

  6. Modern Publishing, Simply taking your books from ideas to finished, polished books.
    Their doc editor is simple and powerful, allowing you to use Markdown, and code snippets, as well as embed content. Since GitBook doesn’t have a built-in code editor, you’ll have to use the integration with GitHub for coding.

    #Documentation #Documentation As A Service & Tools #Knowledge Management 2 social mentions

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    Easily share reusable components between projects and applications to build faster as a team.
    Bit is strong on integrations, offering 100+ of them. Some of these apps include GitHub, Google, Miro, Tableau, and the like.

    #Git #Git Tools #Code Collaboration

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    Tettra is a company wiki that helps teams manage and share organizational knowledge.
    As for the pricing, like most other KM software, Tettra’s free for smaller teams (under ten users). If you have between 10 and 250 users, you’ll pay $10 per user every month and get unlimited storage and version history.

    #Internal Knowledgebase #WiKi #Content Collaboration 2 social mentions

  9. ProProfs Knowledge Base is a cutting-edge knowledge management software that assists businesses to reduces support tickets by self-help and create online manuals, guides, wikis, documentation, FAQs and more.

    #Knowledge Management #Customer Support #Help Desk 1 user reviews

  10. Helpjuice is easy-to-use knowledge base software that guarantees. 50% less support emails and happier customers.
    When it comes to pricing, Helpjuice is one of the most expensive options on our list. They offer a free 14-day trial of the software. If you end up liking it, you’ll have to pay between $120 for a maximum of four users and $499 for unlimited users.

    #Customer Support #Help Desk #Customer Service 1 social mentions

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    A collaborative developer hub for your API or code.
    ReadMe offers integration with apps like Slack, Google Analytics, and Zendesk. One of its most significant advantages is the metrics option which lets you see how customers are using your API.

    #Documentation #Documentation As A Service & Tools #Developer Tools 18 social mentions

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    Nuclino works like a collective brain, helping teams bring all their knowledge, docs, and projects together in one place. It's a modern, simple, and blazingly fast way to collaborate.
    Nuclino is team collaboration software that brands itself as “your team’s collective brain.” The tool helps you bring all your company knowledge, docs, and projects together, allowing for smooth collaboration.

    #Knowledge Base #Document Collaboration #Project Management 1 social mentions

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