Almanac

Almanac

Structured collaboration for remote teams
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Ariana Abramson
An AI person
1 review
GREAT TOOL! I love the ease of use, security settings, and design. So much better than Google Docs, especially for sharing and organizing important information.
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Nico Spijker
Early Stage Growth Expert
82 reviews
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Susheel Kumar B B
Product Developer at Hyundai Mobis
2 reviews
Recommended this product
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The most useful product for a company of any scale and by category. It would be better if there is a possibility to filter by region or Country as certain documents change in their structure or content and also it would be more super if the localization of docs is possible like changing the language etc..
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Camille Ricketts
Head of Marketing, Notion
13 reviews
Recommended this product
So incredibly comprehensive! Amazing to not only get tactical advice but also templates to go along with it to get started immediately!
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Breffni Potter
EveryMon
11 reviews
Recommended this product
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Looks good as a concept, I love version control in Git and having that focus in documentation is good. I'm worried that the way the content is written feels "clunky" - Almost like reading a technical manual when I buy a new gadget, feels like work instead of a joy to read. https://askalmanac.com/articles/649/product-launch-playbook So whilst the content is correct it feels a bit lifeless, also whilst some words are heavily explained, other terms for a newbie are just thrown in. "Defining “too much” depends on the size of your team and your sprint size" Sprint size? What is a sprint? We've not covered sprints previously. Same with MVP - You assume that the brand new person to product launch has heard the term, minimum viable product, what about most valuable player. So whilst anything is better then Confluence, I'm worried about the type of content and the style that it is written in. I do deep dive to learn content, when I compare the product launch handbook to something like this: https://medium.com/@bweinstein/moving-beyond-the-net-promoter-score-9b560f3767ba - It feels so much better. Maybe instead of just focusing on technical accuracy, can you also look at the content being engaging - https://askalmanac.com/articles/199/how-to-hold-a-weekly-sales-review-meeting "If you remember nothing else" - What is listed there genuinely feels like "how to sales for dummies" which is fine if you want a basic, boring sales team. So in summary, I'm very confused by what this is trying to do - It is possible to do content that is technically correct AND engaging AND of a quality that moves teams from "ok" to "excellent" performance. - Compare it with content just on Reddit or Medium. Tech's top wisdom?....Whilst the content is correct is it really that good? Hard to say... Only 3 free articles without an account? Tsk tsk, give us more :) - Maybe have a call to action script with a timer, only get X more free articles, sign up.
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Baotri Nguyen
Product Specialist at Cultivate
3 reviews
Recommended this product
Thanks for sharing! The philosophy section offered a lot of great perspectives on leadership and healthy work cultures.
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Camille Ricketts
Marketing @ Notion
2 reviews
Recommended this product
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I love how this team has focused on providing proven tactics, templates and frameworks - not just high level advice.
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Jennifer Keenan
Principal | Founder | Entrepreneur
1 review
Recommended this product
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Almanac is a useful and well-written source for business, training and reference. It has been a pleasure to contribute and a continually positive experience to interact with the Almanac team. Any professional, start-up or entrepreneur will benefit from the wealth of knowledge contained herein.
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Naya Moss
Naya Moss
Creative Technologist
37 reviews
Recommended this product
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Laura Hill
I'm an angel investor - I love Almanac!
1 review
Recommended this product
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Congrats to the Almanac team! I can vouch for the quality of the content from top experts that they have curated. They break down how to do things in a way that make sense and is actionable. Plus, it can be customized to your company's business.
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