The note app for teams
Slite is the first note app designed specifically for teams ✍️
It's the one place where teams create, organize and find content in a flash ⚡ from meeting notes, to how to's, to collaborative docs and more.
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Amazingly easy to adopt & use, Beautiful UX, Great collaborative features !Cons:
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 breezeBenjamin Pipat has used this product for one year.
Gets out of your way.Cons:
I can think of some ways to make me win even more time with small UX improvements. I'm sure the team is on it.
I've been using Slite since the launch of their beta, one year ago.
The product constantly improved and became part of my daily life. Since their huge work on performance improvement, Slite is actually the first note app that made me switch from my good old pen and paper routine to take notes on the fly. Hats off to them!Laurent VB has used this product for one year.
One place, Many colleagues, All the notesCons:
Not yet mobile, but it will come in time
I've been using Slite for a few months and the team has been great ! Quickly answering feedback and taking it into account. The product as well as the tech platform is on a steady pace of amelioration !Arthur Swiniarski has used this product for one month.
Real time collaboration, fluid onboarding, awesome UX, nice history view, commentsCons:
no mobile app yet but I heard it is coming , lack of search filters
I have been using Slite on a daily basis for a month with my teammates and I can say it rocks ! Evernote and other note apps I was used to have become souvenirs :)Fred Labelle has used this product for one month.
Sleek & clean UI, unlimited modifications history, best-in-class sharing options, easy commenting, Slack integrationCons:
Image handling could be more flexible & text editing options more exhaustive
With to-do lists, note taking apps are the most important software used in everyday life & I think Slite has definitely nailed-it.
A heavy user of Apple Notes & Google Keep, I've now happily switched to Slite as its the only contender who's both easy to use & hugely powerful.
I've also been impressed by the team's dedication & reactivity: they really listen to their users & their product gets better with every iterationGeorges Abi-Heila has used this product for one year.
Not supporting Syntax Highlighting and Code Block. There is no way to write the API documentation with team. Still prefer Dropbox Paper.
The most important for our team documentation for API , Code and System. Slite may be good for normal user. Not for tech team.
There is no export feature, too. After writing the Documents, we are sharing PDF format to our clients. Slite cannot export to Pdf or MS Word feature.saturngod has used this product for one day.
Very convenient to share notes with your teammates and create your knowledge base! Easy to use, rapidly evolving product, nice team :)Cons:
Hm we need to make personal effort to keep it clean and organized!
We use Slite since the very beginning - this is our collaborative note app. This is where we stock our knowledge base, where I take my personal notes also.
The product is changing rapidly and the team takes our feedback into account, we love it at Spendesk :)Maylis Amram has used this product for one year.
-The way that we can work with channels;
- Ping my team;
- Panel of Comment & mentions;
I really love all these points; They are Great!Cons:
- work table
- work images
It has been an amazing experience working with this product with my team!
But, Manipulating tables has been hard work.
We can not break the line in a cell, nor add lists, and most important, manipulate the width of the cell.
Please see the DropBox Paper, they have a great example of interaction with the table .
I love you Slite!Iverson Dantas has used this product for one month.
nice experience, channel organisation, improves transparency, centralized knowledge, no brainer, daily use baseCons:
no mobile app
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!Luc Chaissac has used this product for one year.
Easy-to-use interface, connection of Slack and Dropbox Paper, easy collaboration, desktop app.Cons:
No mobile apps.
The product is really well-designed, basically it's a Dropbox Paper put into something more simple to manage and share.
I really like the way it's designed and how it lets you create channels for particular projects.
Will probably be using the product for some time but so sad it doesn't provide any mobile application...Matt Pliszka has used this product for one day.
Clean design, real time editing, incredibly easy to onboard, combines benefits of multiple platforms, native macOS appCons:
We've been using Slite for months and we're completely hooked. The value porposition is clear and simple. There are huge benefits of switching to Slite to centralize all your team's content and knowledge. It made us save countless hours of iterations on Slack, where direct chat is not appropriate for collaborating on content.Mathias Richemond has used this product for one year.
Wiki+Slack+Evernote have made a baby, it's name is Slite!Cons:
Lack of offline support and mobile version
I used it everyday for months and it's just a game changer. Everything is now in Slite. I tried before Google Docs (bad search, slow, memory nightmare), Notes, Evernote and tons of other note editor but Slite is way better than any other solution.
It's a no brainer, try it, you'll see.Vianney Lecroart has used this product for one month.
The functionalities are sufficient for people who want to make a note and collaborate with limited people. The look is bright and clean.Cons:
Feeling the loading speed is slow. Some icons are not clear enough to know what's the exactly meaning on the function and should be larger.
After I first sharing my note (copy the link) to friends, everyone was asking what it is! (They all interested in) :)
I use Slite more often during these days. Overall, LOVE the design. Looking forward to the team continuing sharping the product! <3Joannie Huang has used this product for one week.
centralized knowledge, transparency, collaboration, no brainerCons:
we miss a mobile app
I've been using Slite since they launched their beta almost a year ago now. The team keep It changed the way we share knowledge in my company. All our content, processes are centralized on Slite, and the transparency of the app make the content accessible for everyone, and this is really a game-changer. No more hassle to see what's going on in my company. +, the team keep doing amazing work and keeps spoiling us with smart features.
Give it a try ;)Meghan Regior has used this product for one year.
Channel-based organization, minimalist editor, highly collaborative.Cons:
None so far :-)
Slite takes the pain out of collaboration. And it's super simple editor makes it really easy to focus and get stuff done.
In a nutshell: the Slack for notes!Jonathan Costet has used this product for one year.
So easy to use! It as replaced all my notes apps since day one!Cons:
It's improving very fast, but their Are still a few glitches that will be corrected quickly
I was looking for a note app that needed to be simple, light, and useful. But I needed most was a system that could let me work with my team flawlessly, quickly and nicely!Jb Ronssin has used this product for one year.
Note with the "Slack-feel"
easy to understand, powerful rich content notesCons:
if I share a note from Slite to Slack, then in Slack I click the linked Doc.. is there a way it opens in the Slite Desktop App?
I am currently "spearheading" for our team to find an easy to use App for knowledge sharing, -transfer and building a "Mini-Wiki-Hub" to eg share vendor agreements pdfs etc.
Totally loving Slite, and the structure Channel->Note->rich content would totally be suitable. Only thing currently bugging me there seems to be no deep linking from Slack Desktop app to Slite Desktop app, or am I missing anything out? Thanks!Tobi Kirchherr has used this product for one week.
Enabled me to streamline my note management in a rather radical way - I can finally found a note in a note app... :pCons:
little UI improvement to be made IMO
I've been using Slite for more than 6 months now and it drastically change the way I take notes and share it amongst my teammate! Literally a no-brainer if you share a lot ok knowledge in your company! Keep up the good work!Tancrede Le Merrer has used this product for one year.
Responsive + Ease of Use + CollaborativeCons:
Phone APP and Offline Access (will come soon) :-)
I had the chance to be one of the first users of Slite, we are now more than 20 active users across Sales, CS, Marketing and Product teams @Mention.
Slite is a super simple notes app and one unique place where employees can collaborate and share information. You can decide who is admin, who can edit, etc - so useful to control the information.
It's similar to slack which makes everything is easy to find.
@Mention we are using Slite to share all our templates, product features, meeting notes, sales pitch, on-boarding documentation, lead qualifications, useful links, product ideas and more..
We've been seduced by the simplicity of the tool.
Longue vie à Slite! Congrat's!Alexandre Gosset has used this product for one year.
It has everything we need for our procedures & knowledge base documentationCons:
Allow users to add styling profiles of their own by extending the default
We had been looking for a solution that helps us document and share our company's policies, standards, guidelines, procedures/processes by allowing all departments to contribute to the documentation. We were considering Wikimedia but we had to rebuild a big part of it to fit with our needs.
Slite is really easy to use with simple yet rich interface. We didn't need to worry about formatting, which saved us from styling inconsistency across the documentation. We could also embed videos, code snippets, images, etc.
We've mapped our departments/teams over channels similarly to what we've done for Asana and Slack and gave permissions to the respective teams. It would be great if they could add user groups, this way we wouldn't need to add new comers one-by-one.
We fell in love with how easy is it to make referencing to other documents and mentioning other people. It would be great if they could allow same-document referencing as we tend to create an index at the top of lengthy documents.
Last but not least, I believe Slite has solved a problem we were facing. Their support team responds very quickly; they're friendly, helpful and seem to have big plans for the future and we'd love to be part of it =)Dany Moussa has used this product for one week.