Tim LichtenbergLead Designer at Bannerwise

Best app/website to share articles across a team in one place?

Our team is looking for the easiest solution to share articles and keep them in one organized place.
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    Slack

    Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.

    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Nothing like a dedicated Slack channel for information sharing between team members.
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    Sunil Neurgaonkar8Genius-Nerd-Entrepreneur-Philanthropist · Written
    Slack is best. Offering what you need, plus you can have bots deployed here which can fetch you top articles from custom sources. Also, you can chat there.
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    Raindrop.io 4.0

    All in one bookmark manager become even better

    Vince SchwidderCo-Founder & Designer, Yummygum · Written
    We're still using a dedicated channel in Slack. There is no good / visual Archive which sucks, but still works the fastest easiest. Suggested Raindrop because we tried that too, but it felt too cumbersome.
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    I love Raindrop because 1) allows tags 2) collections and nested collections 3) allows notes in the description to give article link context 4) iOS app allows a shortcut to be able to drop in links from other apps.
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  3. Lucas HansonI like to make stuff · Written
    Uhhh.... so I built this for the sole reason to share bookmarks across a team in one place... literally. Basically made it to share bookmarks with the team when they were on-boarding but it's been helpful with other use cases.
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  4. Andrei DucaSoftware Engineer, KAYAK · Written
    Andrei Duca made this product
    I've created this tool for developers, to save and organize their code snippets. Sharing and Team Collaboration features are currently in development. It's mainly built for developers, but can be used with anything you feel like: links, articles, large chunks of text (markdown support). There's also a browser extension so you can snip stuff directly from the pages you visit. Hope this is helpful.
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