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11 Top Confluence Alternatives & Competitors For Team Collaboration

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  1. Confluence is content collaboration software that changes how modern teams work

  2. ClickUp's #1 rated productivity software is making more productive projects with a beautifully designed and intuitive platform.

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    Whats your favourite app that can work as a calendar and also... about 18 days ago:

    By mid-2021 I moved away from Asana to ClickUp for my business tasks and projects. (I actually saw an ad on a billboard driving to work and thought I would give it a try. LOL! A billboard!) I liked ClickUp for work so much that I tried it for personal tasks. The sync to Google is amazing and reliable. It has all the features I want and even more. But it’s a little clunky. The first version of the iOS app was not...
  3. 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.

    freemium $5.0 / Monthly (per user)

    I've finally found the game design & development software I need about 10 months ago:

    Nuclino - storing concept art, story design info, etc. This is similar to Google Docs, but it can be organized so much more efficiently for game design.
  4. Self-service knowledge base software focused on SaaS Products & Enterprise Software Projects.

    paid Free Trial $99.0 / Monthly (2 Team Accounts)

    Tech documentation/ technical writing about 8 days ago

    Try Document360! Document360 is a cutting-edge software documentation and knowledge management platform that enables teams to communicate, share, track, and manage all kinds of software documentation in one location. Document360 is interactive, unlike Pages on macOS. This means that developers can add code blocks to documents with a click of the mouse! Your team can quickly compose content directly or add code...
  5. An easy way to organize your work, team and projects

  6. Your company knowledge

    An alternative to Notion? about 9 days ago

    We use slite.com and it's really been great.
  7. Helpjuice is easy-to-use knowledge base software that guarantees. 50% less support emails and happier customers.

    Game-changing customer service tools about 10 months ago:

    HelpJuice ( https://helpjuice.com/ ) - As a customer service rep, he also had to update a knowledge base for customers so that they can find information on their own. Customers finding things on their own makes his job a lot easier and a lot of the questions customers ask can be found on our website, so using something like HelpJuice helped keep the knowledge base up to date and accurate.
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  9. Enterprise-grade wiki and knowledge management platform

    open-source

    Anyone out there using DOCUMIZE? about about 1 year ago

    I have moved my entire team's wiki to a self-hosted Documize (documize-ce) instance. We really enjoy it. But, for some reason, I don't get the export to PDF option that you get on documize.com.
  10. Access and sync your files anywhere

    Google Drive is syncing stuff from my trash - anyone else... about 4 months ago

    I'm running the latest beta of Ventura and the Google Drive sync app installed from google.com/drive.
  11. Create a wiki with Google Docs

    How do YOU collect your notes and thoughts before writing? about 5 months ago

    There's an add-on to Google drive called "You Need a Wiki" that lets you build your own Wikipedia out of folders and Google Docs. The ability to add links between sites and documents makes it an excellent way to organise research and notes.
  12. Modern Publishing, Simply taking your books from ideas to finished, polished books.

    GitLanding: A beautiful landing page for your Github project... about 10 months ago:

    You can have both a landing page (e.g.: www.your-project.dev) and a documentation website (e.g.: docs.your-project.dev). For creating documentation website GitBook is better fit than Gitlanding. GitBook is free for open source Projects (you just need to issue a request).