Kipwise for articles

Save 💾 and annotate ✍️ articles seamlessly on Slack

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Organize and annotate useful knowledge shared in everyday conversations, Collaborate on highlights and annotations on articles shared in your Slack channel more easily for efficient knowledge sharing.

Reviews

  • Matt Pliszkadiscovering SaaS apps at pickSaaS.com
    Pros: 

    useful if you share a lot of articles on Slack, well-designed animation of highlighting articles

    Cons: 

    not so easy to configure

    An interesting way to boost the way you share knowledge with your team

    Matt Pliszka has used this product for one day.
  • Roksolana SliusarCEO of Subatomic AR
    Pros: 

    Incredibly good way to communicate with the team of different kind of articles

    Cons: 

    not all articles can be commented

    Great sollution for teams. Now we can work together on the same article

    Roksolana Sliusar has used this product for one week.

Discussion

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Gaurav SharmaHunter@gaurav_sharma11 · Entrepreneur
KIP stands for "Knowledge is power". Kipwise believe great knowledge comes from where great minds meet. Kipwise enable better knowledge collaboration and transfer. So a team can grow faster by helping each other effectively. If you are a professional group (e.g. a growth hackers community) that has a Slack team for members to mingle and share knowledge, you can use Kipwise for free!
Kwun-Lok NGMakerHiring@lokinkl · https://kipwise.com
@gaurav_sharma11 Thanks for hunting our product :)
Kwun-Lok NGMakerHiring@lokinkl · https://kipwise.com
Hello everyone. This is Kwun, co-founder at Kipwise. KIP stands for "Knowledge is power" (instead of chicken, if you speak Dutch). We believe great knowledge comes from where great minds meet. We build Kipwise to enable better knowledge collaboration and transfer. So a team can grow faster by helping each other effectively. // Unlike any other species, man is capable of reflecting on himself and the things around him to learn and adapt in order to improve. - Ray Dalio, Principles Let us know anything you'd like us to include in the product. We'll reply to every single comment!
Mehul Kumar@mehulkumar_mk · Digital Marketing Consultant.
It is really awesome. I would love to bring it to my regular use of sharing articles over slack. :)
Gaurav SharmaHunter@gaurav_sharma11 · Entrepreneur
@mehulkumar_mk Glad to hear that :)
Kwun-Lok NGMakerHiring@lokinkl · https://kipwise.com
@mehulkumar_mk do it and let me know if you'd like to have even more features!
Mehul Kumar@mehulkumar_mk · Digital Marketing Consultant.
@lokinkl I'd love to :)
Ricky YeanHiring@rickyyean · CEO, UpbeatPR.com (formerly PRX.co)
Reminds me of a product made by @jorilallo called Kippt back in the day. The opportunity is that we now have Slack as the foundation to help teams focus these discussions around links. Excited by the potential.
Kwun-Lok NGMakerHiring@lokinkl · https://kipwise.com
@rickyyean we are excited to go beyond article storage. Communications via chat could be more organized and utilized!
Matt Pliszka@matt_pliszka · discovering SaaS apps at pickSaaS.com
Personally, I have always had a problem with keeping track of the articles I shared on Slack with my team. Kipwise provides a really interesting way of sharing knowledge from the materials with my team. I wouldn't say it's a must-have add-on​ to your Slack but it's surely a good way to boost share knowledge in a more structured approach.
Kwun-Lok NGMakerHiring@lokinkl · https://kipwise.com
@matt_pliszka thanks! Our goal is to empower the whole team to involve in growing together. Article storage is a starting point, that we'll go beyond that in the future, and become one of the must-install Slack app ;) Thanks again for being with us!