Dee Mirai
Dee MiraiBroadcast Philosopher @ Cialfo

What's the best team wiki/documentation tool?

I'm looking for an easy to use tool to house information that all my team can access and edit. Google Drive doesn't cut it for us and Confluence is overkill.
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  1. 34

    Part knowledge base, part collaboration space 🧠

    Pascal Fritzen
    Pascal FritzenCo-Founder & CPO Workpath · Written
    My team and I are really happy with Nuclino. It's easy to use and has just the right amount of features for our small team.
    For my team at the initiative ConsciousCoders (, Nuclino is the central tool to organize our information. So fast & intuitive to use - we love it! :)
    Shamit Khemka
    Shamit KhemkaM.D. - SynapseIndia · Written
    Best for organizing and sharing knowledge and information.
    • Philipp Seybold
      Philipp SeyboldCo-Founder & CEO @ combyne

      Excellent product which is on the right track. In my view the pricing is too high for this stage with 5 Euro/user/ month. G Suite costs 4 euro for it's vast service portfolio. For us a price point at 1 or 2 Euro would feel comfortable.

      Comments (8)
    • Nuclino definitely deserves to be as popular as Slack and Trello. Like Slack and Trello, Nuclino focuses on one task and does a brilliant job at it. I really hope this stays actively maintained!

      Comments (3)
  2. 27

    The note app for teams

    Laure Albouy made this product
    Slite's a super easy way to keep your team's documentation. It has a collaborative editor and you organize information in Slack-like channels so it's super easy to both write and organize your team's content.
    • Benjamin Pipat
      Benjamin PipatCTO @ Seelk

      We've been using Slite for a few months and it finally solved our long research for the perfect knowledge sharing app :)

      The adoption by our team was impressive, and Slite makes our knowledge management a breeze

      Comments (4)
    • Luc Chaissac
      Luc ChaissacDesigner

      We've been using Slite for few months, and we can't be more happy. Best benefit is that it's a perfect way to improve transparency inside our team and to onboard new teammates!

      Comments (2)
  3. 11

    Organize & share knowledge with your team

    Nik Sudan
    Nik SudanGames & Systems Developer · Written
    Simple little wiki that integrates into Slack. You're able to categorise your articles into spaces too!
    • Guilherme Mendes
      Guilherme MendesCOO, @12min

      its great to document ideas, knowledge and processes in order to never miss knowledge and make it easier for new hires to join the team, know the core activities, ideas, processes, etc.

    • Team is slow to address product short-comings and doesn't share any information about upcoming releases or fixes about the product. The product is a collaboration tool yet their product road map is clearly non-collaborative with paying customers.

  4. 6

    The internal wiki your team will actually want to use

    Jamie Lawrence
    Jamie Lawrence💻 📈 🏊 🇮🇪 🐠 🐈 · Written
    Since introducing this primarily to replace a developers Github wiki, it's been adopted throughout the company for support, marketing, HR, and company policy documentation. The Github wiki importer was a real bonus and editor was less annoying than the alternatives. The Slack integration is important too and let's us easily search & post an article to a Slack channel
    • We have used Slab since it was in private beta. It's been very helpful for us as we grow and scale the company. For us, as an enterprise startup focused on lengthly sales cycles and deep esoteric knowledge, we knew we needed a great product for us to document a lot of learnings.

      Slab has been a product that everyone in the company has used, and uses without many questions or much on-boarding effort. It's been critical for us to scale knowledge and the ease at which we've managed to capture it has yielded so much as we continue to grow and add people.

      Highly recommended.

    • Jon Xavier
      Jon XavierWriter, WePay

      Slab is a simple, but very well designed wiki with a clear sense of purpose: it wants to tie together all the places your team currently stores information to become a single source of knowledge for the entire organization. The result is a wiki that lacks some of the visual niceties and tat of some other solutions, but which makes up for it in sheer usability.

      They're threading a needle here. It feels simple and doesn't impose itself at all on your writing process, but it also subtly ensures that you're keeping everything well organized and referenceable by the whole org. That's a stark contrast to systems like Confluence, which are potentially very powerful if used correctly but using where using them "correctly" imposes such an additional upkeep burden they hardly get used at all.

      Ultimately, a wiki is only as useful as the amount of infomation it contains. Slab is one of the few I've seen that my team actually seems to like to use. That's a winner today in my book, and I'm very eager to see what else they add as it develops.

  5. 5

    The wiki that's always up-to-date

    Mircea Pașoi
    Mircea Pașoi3Co-founder Memo.AI · Written
    Mircea Pașoi made this product
    I'm biased... but I think Memo is great for technical teams (works great for code snippets, technical documentation, meeting notes, etc.) and is deeply integrated with Slack. Here's some information on how it compares with traditional tools (Evernote, Confluence, Github Wiki and Slack Posts):
  6. 4
    Notion 2.3

    Notions big update, now with Evernote import and web clipper

    Notion is, hands down, the best tool for this (and so much more).
    • Jason Ephraim
      Jason EphraimCampus Director DigitalCrafts Houston

      Here is a scenario - you want to plan a trip to vegas. So, you create a new Notion page for it and add a table, list, or Kanban board to keep track of tasks and start planning what you need to do beforehand like "check airfare rates', etc. You also start clipping in hotel pictures and links to their get the idea. Sounds great.

      But, if I use it this way (new section for each project or subject) I might have a dozen other sections and pages in Notion with other tasks or to-do's that I need to keep track of.

      The bad news is that as it stands now, I'd have to go hunting and know-to-look for these open items. There is no way to search across separate tables/lists/boards. Same with To-do items. Now, you can create a page with linked lists that are filtered. However, you'd have to add a new linked list on this page for any one you create elsewhere in Notion.

      I can't wait for them to add this task management feature - I'll switch in a heartbeat.

    • There might be nothing like Notion, easy to use, an enjoyment for every readers and writers. The fact that it has a lot of useful possibilities is incredible but it's making me ask if it's necessary or when will it be able to be as good as other apps. It's a wonderful replacement to Evernote, Onenote or Simplenote but not yet for TickTick, or Trello. Let's hope the best for them.

  7. RozBahrami
    RozBahramiDigital Media Manager, Skyprep · Written
    Helps your team organize, collect and distribute knowledge and information. It can be a great repository for your organizations unstated knowledge which would otherwise not be stored or captured otherwise. BoostHQ makes informal learning and sharing tips with others so easy!
  8. 3
    Intercom Educate

    What a knowledge base should be–personal and intelligent

    Nik Sudan
    Nik SudanGames & Systems Developer · Written
    Probably the most polished wiki/documentation creator I've seen. It looks amazing, and it feels great to use, too. The team at Product Hunt also use this for their help section -
    Vinit Agrawal
    Vinit Agrawal13Co-Founder at Tars ( · Written
    +1 Love the simplicity of it and how it integrates with rest of the Intercom Product.
  9. 2

    Beautiful, free Wikis for Teams

    SlimWiki is super simple to use and reasonably priced.
  10. R Sharma
    R SharmaProduct Hunter · Written
    w3clan is fantastic option to create documentation or tutorial site with option to use "Sub-domain" or "Own Domain" for free. w3clan also offers monetisation with google adsense. Check them out.
  11. 1

    The Wiki for Slack. Build documentation from conversation.

    Thomas Nielsen
    Thomas NielsenCEO @ Slicki, the Wiki for Slack · Written
    Thomas Nielsen made this product
    If you use Slack, Slicki is a simple, efficient way of managing information, wiki-style.
  12. The answer is simple - ProProfs Knowledge Base software. I have used it myself and found it extremely easy-to-use. Its smart settings let you create a stunning and comprehensive wiki in minutes. The best part is the intelligent search functionality it offers, which helps you create a wiki that is highly searchable and delivers the right responses.
  13. Celine Carpet
    Celine CarpetProductivity, travel · Written
    PDFelement is a spectacular tool for creating an electronic signature and adding it to any PDF document. It offers you an advanced solution for indicating PDF status by making use of the "Customized Stamps" feature. PDFelement for Mac/windows is a speedy, lightweight, yet surprisingly powerful PDF editing application. Product page: And PDFelement also releases a basic version for those people who require to edit pdf in a simple and fast method with an affordable price. PDFelement Pro for Mac-it helps to read, edit, or annotate PDFs, convert PDFs with ease. Convert PDFs to words/text/PPT/EXCEL. It also support OCR(convert image to words) Product page: