Stiki

Employee onboarding made simple

Stiki gives teams a central location to capture and structure crucial company info. That way new hires can go to Stiki, educate themselves and get up to speed faster.

Stiki makes employee onboarding simple.

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Simplicity, cost, functionality

    Cons: 

    As the product is still 'young', some important features are yet to come

    I have been one of the beta-testers for Stiki. Tobi has done a great job and listened to the feedback. Now I can say, that finally there's a smart way to have a great wiki tool and not pay fortune for Confluence and all the features you may never need.

    Volodymyr Morozenko has used this product for one month.
  • Stephan
    StephanSoftware Developer at Contentful.com
    Pros: 

    It's simplicity and therefore the increased visibility of information - oh and the rad design.

    Cons: 

    Completely keyboard-based authoring experience (more shortcuts, full markdown support)

    When you come from a traditional wiki system, you're used to six level deep nestings of folders, desperately trying to somehow organize your information. That leads to a lot of nearly-blank placeholder pages and makes you used to pages that contain little to none useful stuff. With a top-level-only approach and dynamic structures via tags my workflow became super flexible - to be honest: it wouldn't be such a great experience without the filter search, as you tend to have a lot of pages. But that's part of the app, so combined it works like a charm.

    Stephan has used this product for one month.
Discussion
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Tobias Theil
Tobias TheilMaker@tbsthl
Hey, Tobi from Stiki here. Today, I want to show you Stiki! I developed the initial version of Stiki earlier this year. After years of running a design agency and working with startups, Stiki was created to solve my own frustrating problem. See, every time we made a new hire, momentum stalled and focus wavered as we all (quite rightly) slowed down to get our new crew member settled in and ready to kick ass. Internal communications were a patched together mess of email, Slack, Google drive, and that late night SMS (which usually contained ideas for some of our best work). I knew we needed a process to streamline how we shared information and knowledge. A portal, where team members could not only go to get informed, but also to be inspired. Stiki is now available to everyone. - It's simple to use and intuitive - It's Login with Slack so no extra user accounts/logins needed - It works on every device so your team can access your company info from everywhere For our launch we offer you a Stiki lifetime license for unlimited users for only $100. Checkout www.thinkStiki.com to test the app up front. Let me know your thoughts and feedback!
Ovi Negrean
Ovi Negrean@ovinegrean · Founder @SocialBeeHQ
I've been an early user of Stiki and really love it. It's fast, easy to use, and keeps all our team on the same page with regards to our SOPs.
Tobias Theil
Tobias TheilMaker@tbsthl
@ovinegrean Great to have you onboard, Ovi!
Lionel Cordier
Lionel Cordier@lionel_cordier · Try to make the world more creative.
Really smart idea! Can be used in a lot of cases!
Yoann Lopez
Yoann Lopez@yoann_lopez · CMO || comet
I’ve been using stiki for a few months and I fell in love with it! Very simple. The best way to manage the knowledge of your company 😄 which is usually a real pain in the ass!
Tobias Theil
Tobias TheilMaker@tbsthl
@yoann_lopez Happy to have you as one of the users from day 1! 💪
Philipp Zentner
Philipp Zentner@philipp_zentner · CEO, STOMT
It's all about simplicity. Love it! Knowlege management is so important. We do everything in Google Drive right now. @tbsthl Will it have role management? Different access rights?
Tobias Theil
Tobias TheilMaker@tbsthl
@philipp_zentner Access rights and role management are definitely on the product roadmap and are one of the most demanded features. What you see right now on www.thinkstiki.com is one space. It's the public team space. We started with that cause knowledge management is mainly about transparency. In the future we'll add the feature that you can add more spaces. One space for marketing, one space for product or whatever is on your mind. Each space is restrictable in terms of who can access it. That way you don't end up managing too detailed user restrictions (like restrictions for tags, folders etc.)
Philipp Zentner
Philipp Zentner@philipp_zentner · CEO, STOMT
@tbsthl That is great to hear. Will definitely try it out at STOMT.