The best documentation and knowledge sharing apps out there for remote teams!
Are you leading a team working remotely? Do you find yourself spending a lot of time trying to keep everyone on the same page? There are plenty of digital tools available for managing remote teams. In this blog post, we'll zoom in on documentation and knowledge sharing tools, helping your team to, literally, stay on the same page ✌️
Notion is for notes, tasks, wikis, and databases. The app blends everyday work apps into one. It serves as an all-in-one workspace for note-taking, task management, and project management. The app can be accessed via most web browsers.
Notion has its headquarters in San Francisco and was founded in 2016 by Ivan Zhao and Simon Last. They are categorized as software within Collaboration, Collaboration and Real Time.
Airtable is a cloud-based software company that offers an easy-to-use online platform for creating and sharing relational databases. Airtable helps create flexible checklists, organize collections or ideas, and manage customers or contacts as well as offers a variety of templates ranging from home improvement to store inventory, enabling users to build custom applications without any prior coding experience.
Airtable has its headquarters in San Francisco and was founded in 2013 by Andrew Ofstad, Emmett Nicholas and Howie Liu. They are categorized as software within Collaboration, Database and SaaS.
Slab is a knowledge hub for the modern workplace. We help teams unlock their full potential through shared learning and documentation. Slab features a beautiful editor, blazing fast search, and dozens of integrations like Slack, GitHub, and G Suite.
Slab has its headquarters in San Francisco and was founded in 2013 by Andrew Ofstad, Emmett Nicholas and Howie Liu. They are categorized as software within Collaboration, Knowledge Management and SaaS.
Bloomfire is a knowledge engagement platform that enables and empowers teams to tap into their organization’s collective intelligence. Bloomfire gives organizations one centralized, searchable place to collect, find and democratize knowledge and insights.
Bloomfire has its headquarters in the Southern US and was founded in 2013 by Dave McCann and Josh Little. They are categorized as software within Market Research, Knowledge Sharing and SaaS.
Fireflies works across all the major video-conferencing platforms including Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, Webex, etc. Search your meetings and have your meeting data automatically populated inside apps like Salesforce, Slack, and Dropbox.
Fireflies has its headquarters in San Francisco and was founded in 2016 by Krish Ramineni and Sam Udotong. They are categorized as software within Meeting Software and Enterprise Software.
AODocs is the only business process platform tightly integrated with Google Drive’s collaborative, user experience-focused platform, allowing organizations in all industries to easily implement their business-critical processes, control their documents and meet compliance requirements without burdening users.
AODocs has its headquarters in the Greater Atlanta Area and was founded in 2012 by Stéphan Donzé. They are categorized as software within Document Management, SaaS and Enterprise Software.
We hope you enjoyed this article about the software landscape and our picks in documentation and knowledge tools. As remote work is becoming more and more common, it has become important to collaborate digitally. While there are many tools available, we’ve found these to be essential in making sure you and your team can work effectively! So what are you waiting for? If you have any other apps that you think are essential for remote work, please let us know!
By: Abtin Janinejad