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  1. Your company knowledge

    An alternative to Notion? about 9 days ago

    We use and it's really been great.
  2. All-in-one workspace. One tool for your whole team. Write, plan, and get organized.

    Notion One Year Subscription Pro Accounts | unlimited storage... about about 8 hours ago

    Notion ( is an all-in-one workspace where you can write, plan, collaborate and get organized - it allows you to take notes, add tasks, manage projects & more. Imagine a lego structure. Notion provides the building blocks and you can create your own layouts and toolkit to get work done.
  3. Slab is a knowledge hub for the modern workplace. We help teams unlock their full potential through shared learning and documentation. Slab features a beautiful editor, blazing fast search, and dozens of integrations like Slack, GitHub, and G Suite. about 3 months ago:

    Slab — A modern knowledge management service for teams. Free for up to 10 users.
  4. Create a new document and edit with others at the same time -- from your computer, phone or tablet. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Use Docs to edit Word files. Free from Google.

  5. Tettra is a company wiki that helps teams manage and share organizational knowledge.


    Best Knowledge Management Software for Business about 2 months ago:

    Tettra kills repetitiveness by organizing knowledge from Slack and MS Teams.
  6. 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...
  7. Confluence is content collaboration software that changes how modern teams work

  8. Quip is the modern productivity suite that simplifies your life and helps your team get work done faster.

    Ask HN: What software do you use to gather requirements? about over 1 year ago:

    What a lot of teams in my company do is have a less formal part (more like brainstorming) done with Quip ( before having the more formal part in Amazon WorkDocs ( Disclaimer, I work for Amazon). Workdocs is a pretty good tool for versioning, commenting on and sharing Word documents, but it's not great for multiple people working on a document at the same time....
  9. 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.
  10. 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 ( ) - 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.
  11. A collaborative document-editing service

  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.: and a documentation website (e.g.: For creating documentation website GitBook is better fit than Gitlanding. GitBook is free for open source Projects (you just need to issue a request).