Slite let us bring the two most important communication bits in the same place: documentation & decision-making. The connection between docs and discussions makes decision-making more efficient, transparent & contextualized.
CPO of AGORAPULSE
Communicate where work happens. Document, discuss, decide, repeat.
Open important topics with the right people. Assign deadlines and come to clear decisions that the whole team sees. All in context, where work is happening. In your Docs.
"We're a remote company since Day 1. As the team grows, it's vital to learn from our experiments. Slite is the tool we use to do so. It helps us keep in-sync. It helps us grow."
"Slack/Google Docs just weren’t cutting it for knowledge preservation. The thing that shocked me the most is how teammates have ambient exposure to shared knowledge, without them being notified, or having to search for it."
"Our org has 1000+ docs. The only way you can build a culture of documentation is by leading from the front."
"I had the opportunity to meet some of the team yesterday. Really inspiring to get a glimpse of their passion and thoughtfulness to make remote, async work the best it can be!"
"Communication is key to scale a business. Slite is the best to keep things in writing. Easy to use for everyone. Templates to adopt the best practices. Summary to stay up to date on all topics."
by LEE LIU
"It took us forever to find the right tool for our company, we tried Evernote, Notion, Google docs, Confluence. But in one way or another, they didn’t work for us. When we tried Slite, we found something that worked great, simple, focused but also flexible."
"Perfect example of a product that delivers the 80/20 rule. No fluff and simple. You give me the top 20% of what I need that gets 80% done. Great for managing internal teams, simplifying internal docs, onboarding docs and easy to find what you need."
THE JOB SAUCE
"The most important thing in a wiki (in my opinion) is how tight the edit / collaboration loop is. Most wikis are pretty bad there. But Slite is an example of a wiki that allows simultaneous editing."