Slite

The note app for teams

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#5 Product of the WeekOctober 18, 2017
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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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  • Benjamin PipatCTO @ Seelk
    Pros: 

    Amazingly easy to adopt & use, Beautiful UX, Great collaborative features !

    Cons: 

    Nothing

    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

    Benjamin Pipat has used this product for one year.
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  • Luc ChaissacDesigner
    Pros: 

    nice experience, channel organisation, improves transparency, centralized knowledge, no brainer, daily use base

    Cons: 

    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.
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Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
Hey there! Thanks for hunting us @cyril! I'm super thrilled to introduce what we've been building for a year now to the PH community & to the world 🤗 Slite is super simple & will immediately speak to you: we're building the Slack of notes. A few years ago, we were all seduced by the simplicity of chat in teams: it turned teams communication seamless & transparent. But when it comes to actually collaborating on content and retrieving information, it feels like we're still in the stone age. That's why we built Slite. We leverage on another incredible tool, the note, that makes it easy to write down information and above all creates a reflex to do so. Bring it to teams and it completely changes the way they collaborate. Give it a try: gather team meeting minutes, learnings, processes, specs and you'll see all you need to manage your team's valuable knowledge is a note app 🤗 We're only getting started and can't wait for your feedback! Last but not least, a very special thanks to the first 50 teams of our private beta, you rock! ❤️ Cheers! 👋
Ognjen Vukovic@vforvukovic · UA @FourDots @Reportz @Dibz
@christophepas I will give it a try for sure! Be sure to check out our tool, it will be very interesting to you. https://www.producthunt.com/upco...
CyrilPaglinoHunter@cyrilpaglino · Building @HeyTribe
Hey everyone 👋 Today I’m excited to hunt Slite! It's a beautifully designed collaborative note app with a Slack feel. Super easy to use, they're really onto something when it comes to sharing & creating information with your team. I've been following their work for a while now, and I’m always amazed by their super talented and productive team! Check it out 🙌
Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
Forgot to reply, but thank you so much for the hunt and the kind words @cyrilpaglino you 🤘! (And by the way we were actually on tribe to follow the launch in remote between SF and Paris 😉 So thanks also for that !)
David Miotti@davidmiotti · Software Engineer
I'm a Slite user on a daily basis. Back few months and years ago when I was looking for a place for project documentation, meeting/call notes, preparing content and sharing them with my teams. - I tried Dropbox Paper for years : Nice and clean interface / Bad file organization with folders - I tried Google Doc for years : Bad interface / the worse file organization I could ever see Slite : The clean interface and note organization are easy to understand. I'll never go back to Paper or GDoc. Exactly the product you need for sharing notes with your team. Just give it a try, you'll never regret. Great product guys that easily compete with Paper and GDoc. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Pierre RenaudinMaker@pierre_renaudin · Sliter
@davidmiotti Happy to have you as a user David. As a developer, how do you use Slite? What kind of notes you love to see from your teammates?
Harrison Malone@harrisonmalone_ · Student @ Le Wagon
@davidmiotti @pierre_renaudin I've had similar frustrations with Paper and GDoc so this could be the one that could finally works for me!
Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
Awesome @harrisonmalone_ give it a try and let you know what you think 🤗
Harrison Malone@harrisonmalone_ · Student @ Le Wagon
@christophepas will do 😊
Audrey Labuxiere@audreylabuxiere · Co-founder & Developer @Muxu.Muxu
Hi Slite team, I must say I love your product! I never liked Evernote because there were conflicts on my notes too often... They even lost some of my notes :( important ones... I need a tool I can rely on and Slite works pretty well. Thank you for that. Is there an iOS app on the way?
Pierre RenaudinMaker@pierre_renaudin · Sliter
@audreylabuxiere Thanks. I would love to know how you use Slite with your team? Which kind of notes you publish through Slite?
Audrey Labuxiere@audreylabuxiere · Co-founder & Developer @Muxu.Muxu
@pierre_renaudin We have a channel for each client, and a company one. Inside we have all kinds of notes, meeting notes, process notes... we also made notes to onboard new colleagues so they know more about the company and us. I like things sorted!! ;)
Pierre RenaudinMaker@pierre_renaudin · Sliter
@audreylabuxiere as we do 💚
Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
@audreylabuxiere Thanks so much for the kind word !! 🤗 And about the mobile app -> It's our next main milestones and we're already working on it, so stay tuned and if you want more info, you can check our public roadmap in this public note : https://slite.slite.com/public/s...
Emmanuel Darmon@emmanueldarmon · Product Manager & UX/UI Designer
We have been using Slite for a couple of months with my team. At the really beginning, I didn’t really get the point of using a new note sharing app since I was using Notes (Apple) and we already collaborate on documents with Google Drive... but Slite is for a different use case. Notes (Apple) is more about my very personal notes when Google Drive is more about high level files. Slite is actually between those two use cases. It’s as easy to use as Notes but with many more features which makes it 10 times better to collaborate with your all team! We spend now hours on Slite everyday and we really love it. Waiting for the mobile apps!!! 🙏
Pierre RenaudinMaker@pierre_renaudin · Sliter
@emmanueldarmon Wow what a nice comment, love to count you in our users. Sure, the mobile app is now our main focus. Take a look at our roadmap 👉 https://slite.slite.com/public/s...
Andreas Duess@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
@emmanueldarmon Thanks for that - you answered my questions. I too am struggling why we would want to use this in addition to google docs and Slack. What concerns me is that adding another tool lends itself to content getting lost. Keeping all of our content in the Google ecosystem means that everything is searchable from one source. This looks great for people with no deep previous integration though.
Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
@emmanueldarmon @andreasduess It really depends on your use cases, but a lot of our pilotes left entirely google docs to switch to Slite. To us, note is the perfect medium to hold your thoughts, your meeting minutes, but also your knowledge and the goals is really to replace all the writing tools & integrate with your daily tools so that your team can access its knowledge in one place If you want to know more, we wrote about it : https://medium.com/slite/why-not... 😉
Emmanuel Darmon@emmanueldarmon · Product Manager & UX/UI Designer
@andreasduess @christophepas My daily use with notes tools is now 95% Slite and 5% Google docs (spreadsheets only)
Christophe PasquierMaker@christophepas · Founder @ Slite
Awesome @emmanueldarmon ! And absolutely for the spreasheet use case, you definitely another tool (not really part of the knowledge as we mean it)