Ryan Abrams
Ryan AbramsDirector of Marketing @ InfiniGrow

Anyone got any good recommendations for document repository software?

I'm looking for a good solution that I can use to upload communal documents for my employees so they can be found in one central repository. Thanks for the help.
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  1. Kesava Mandiga
    Kesava Mandiga15Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Written
    We used Google Docs to create living documents that could be accessed/edited by team members. It's not a document repository but creating a single Google Account for team docs helped us store all organizational docs and sheets in one place.
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    Beautiful documents on any device.

    Ayrton De Craene
    Ayrton De Craene18Code @ Clearbit · Written
    At ProductHunt we use Quip for all our documents, it makes collaborating so much easier.
  3. Rich Peterson
    Rich PetersonFounder @ Generous Work · Written
    A solid service with file discussion.
  4. Rich Peterson
    Rich PetersonFounder @ Generous Work · Written
    Another handy option if you're discussing as well.
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    Manage, share, and get your work done smarter

    Rich Peterson
    Rich PetersonFounder @ Generous Work · Written
    Use the free version to upload documents to a files app and allow others to access
    • One of my favourite must have tools. I've used it in many non-for-profit orgs as an alternative to disconnected and messy spreadsheets. I've seen it used in Film Festivals, Vounteer Rostering and Event Planning. It can also be an awesome Intranet alternative.