Alternative products to GitBook

GitBook

Writing made easy

10 alternative and related products to GitBook

When inspiration happens, put it on Paper. Paper is the best way to capture and connect your notes, photos, and sketches. Create checklists, spotlight details in photos, and sketch diagrams with unbeatable speed and ease — Paper is like a wall of sticky notes for everything that inspires you.

Yigit Pinarbasi- Freelance UI / UX Designer
I'm using Paper and I'm so happy. So quick to use and easy to take notes, make lists etc.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love what FiftyThree has done with their products, especially Paper and Think Kit. Not sure how you take notes, but these apps changed my whole approach to taking notes. I think more visually and try to do more sketch notes. With Paste by FiftyThree, soon you can bring your notes to collaborate with your Slack team. This type of interaction makes notetakin… See more
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love the thinking behind the new version of Paper. You can draw and have it replace your poorly drawn shapes into nice rectangles, squares, and circles. This is perfect for note-taking, sketching quick ideas in a meeting, and low-fi wireframing.
33 Alternatives to Paper 3.0

Hemingway Editor 2.0

An editor that makes your writing bold and clear

sam- Assistant Principal. Father of twins.
Speaks for itself. Clear writing that's bold. On a side note, students who may have deficits or challenges with organization Hemingway is a blessing. Revision and editing is clean and clear helping students improve their writing.
George- SF author, ML enthusiast, Pythonista.
Hemingway teaches you to write clear sentences. It's not what you may need all the time; maybe only 95% of the time.
Jason Thai
If it's an important business message (CEO, Partner-level), Hemingway makes sure your message is to the point.
Penstricken
You may recall (if you've got a photographic memory) that I published a post last year reviewing the Hemingway Editor. This snazzy little app analyses and grades the simplicity of your writing style and I've used it plenty over the last year to help edit my own writing.
Lifehacker
Windows/Mac: Hemingway was originally a clever little web that highlighted common writing errors to help you edit. Then, it came to desktop. Now, it's getting a free update that adds in a new distraction-free editing mode, PDF export, and more.
WritingThoughts
What do you think? Can a software tool improve your writing? The debate's been raging for years. Some say that only a human editor can understand the nuances of text draft. That hasn't stopped software developers from trying to create that perfect software editing tool.
22 Alternatives to Hemingway Editor 2.0

Corilla

Collaborative documentation for software teams

Corilla is a collaborative authoring and publishing tool for technical writers. Markdown, version control and publishing in one.

David Ryan- Creator of Corilla.
That's pretty much the use case we created Corilla to solve. We were technical writers and developers at Red Hat struggling with this same problem, and built a collaborative editor for our distributed colleagues, adding in version control, a unique "collections" mode, and even private and publish documentation hosting. All bundled to help you just get back t… See more
David Ryan- Creator of Corilla.
We built Corilla because we needed it as technical writers and developers working at Red Hat. We're about to ship a new kbase that you're going to love and of course, always looking after Product Hunt family when it comes to hooking up a subscription. Skip the bloated ticketing system SaaS with tacked-on support docs, we've got you covered.
David Ryan- Creator of Corilla.
Kickstart your startup by using our documentation templates. We developed these going through the NUMA accelerator in Paris and shared them with our cohort. Both internal docs (your SaaS lists, onboarding, tech docs, etc) and external (user docs) ready to go. As for startup friendly prices - just ping us, we look after our PH family 👍🏼
3 Alternatives to Corilla

We originally started elevio with the vision of creating an end to end in-app contextual help platform, that was smart enough to deliver the right help at the right time to your users, while letting you know automatically how and what to improve over time and making that process easy for your team to execute.

With hub, that’s now a reality.

8 Alternatives to elevio hub

Fedo

Simple feature documentation tool.

Fedo is a simple feature documentation tool to document feature specs, releases, design docs and tech docs, all in one place for your team to collaborate on.

6 Alternatives to Fedo

Whats the best service for creating and maintaining an internal knowledge base?

joaquin ibanezstudent
Slite - The note app for teams
"You can also share links to notes publicly with links, making it a great place for canned replies/FAQ!"
GitBook - Writing made easy
"Easy to set up, Open Source and export to different formats. Built on git workflow"
Help Scout 2.0 - Help desk software for a more human & helpful experience
"Handy that you can quickly store docs and processes with Help Scout knowledgebase ( https://yourlink.to/helpscout ). You can make it public… See more

What's the best app/service for creating an e-book?

Anton Stenantonsten.com
GitBook - Writing made easy
"This is a very simple yet complete collaboration / publishing writing tool. For advanced diagramming we use Adobe InDesign."
Beacon - Create a beautiful ebook from blog posts in seconds
"A friend uses this tool regularly and swears by it. I've seen the final PDF's too and it comes across very nice !!"
Lean Pub - Publish Early, Publish Often
"bought many books from this publisher"

Wiki software with collaborative real-time editor

Nicholas Kappel
GitBook - Writing made easy
"I'd take a look at GitBook. It might cover most of your needs: - Made for documentation - Open source - Collaborative (desktop and web edi… See more
Corilla - Collaborative documentation for software teams
"That's pretty much the use case we created Corilla to solve. We were technical writers and developers at Red Hat struggling with this same … See more

What are the best free resources for startups?

Hiten ShahCrazy Egg, Product Habits & FYI
Slack - Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.
"Slack is a great tool to increase team efficiency and getting updates from team members. Although, I recommend a great slack application ca… See more
Taskade - A minimal and sharable task list.
"Extremely simple to start a list and collaborate with your team on tasks. Very pretty too."
Trello - Organize anything, together
"best organizing feature"
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