Vytas Butkevicius
Vytas ButkeviciusFreelance designer

What is the best tool to store technical documentation of a product?

I'm looking for the easiest way to store all technical documentation about a product since it's hard for new Devs to find answers to questions about the software. We used Google Wiki, which is crap, and was thinking about something like Obie ( https://www.producthunt.com/post... ). Any recommendations or tools you use? 🤖
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  1. Nick
    NickDeveloper · Written
    - It's free - It's very simple to use (assuming basic knowledge of Git) - Everything is versioned, full back-ups - Your users can contribute to your documentation using pull requests
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  2. 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.
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    The New Google Sites

    Create and share webpages

    I would create an internal Google Site, and store the documentation itself on Google Drive, giving access to the right collaborators. This way you can be sure the documentation is always up-to-date, and the Google Site serves as a single point of entry.
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    • Alex Sopinka
      Alex SopinkaCoder. Taco Lover. Obie.ai

      The old Google Sites looked like a relic from the late 90s. They finally gave it an overhaul so it's material design and looks to be integrated with Google Drive/Suite.

      The only thing is that they forgot the API :(