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    Part knowledge base, part collaboration space 🧠

    If you are looking for something lightweight, Nuclino would be a great option. It's fast and minimalist and allows you to structure your documentation in a much more organized way, using a kanban board or a mind map for example. It's also free.
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    Quip 3.0

    Work with people, not files. Now with spreadsheets.

    Ryan HooverFounder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund · Written
    We use Quip at Product Hunt. The UX is clean and it does a better job of making it easy to organize docs and spreadsheets into folders, imo.
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    Dropbox Paper

    Collaboration tool built for teams

    Ivan Mirindie app developer · Written
    If you need only text editing then try Dropbox Paper. It's lighter, you can create more complex layouts and embed any type of files (including music).
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    GitHub for scientific works

    Authorea is specifically useful for professional documents - scholarly papers, essays, technical reports, documentation, legal and financial reports. Documents you create are version-controlled (Git under the hood), and data-driven. Enterprise (on-premise) version available.