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Perfect Wiki

Feature rich Wiki for Microsoft Teams

Build a knowledge base for your company, easily find and retrieve information without leaving Microsoft Teams.

Perfect Wiki gets the best concepts from stand-alone wikis and wraps them into easy-to-use, no configuration needed app for Microsoft Teams.


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Perfect Wiki Alternatives

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  1. Organize your team’s knowledge in a single place

  2. Created by teachers, Gibbon is the school platform which solves real problems encountered by educators every day.

  3. Building blocks for your business

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

  5. A collaboration app that brings conversation to your files

  6. For Slack teams to capture knowledge, organize and act on it

  7. Text editor + file transfer + svn + CSS + Terminal + Books + More = Whoah. Welcome to Coda. Grow beautiful code.

  8. 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.

  9. A decentralized crowdsourced encyclopedia.

  10. Share knowledge with your team through simple Q&A

  11. Tetra is a call recording and analyzing program that allows you to focus on the conversation while it takes notes and remembers shortcuts for you.

  12. A collaborative editor for notes, tasks, and wikis

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