A simple, modern Google Docs alternative for your team

3 reasons your team should switch over to Slite

1. Better organization

Get your docs in order

We've all been there: you create a Google Docs, you share it with your team member and a few days later it's impossible to find it in your drive. In Slite, organize docs in easy to find channels so they're always a few clicks away.

Channels, not folders

Bryana Kortendick

VP Marketing

Our team has recently shifted from Google Docs to Slite, and I find it so much more convenient and well-organized. For example, finding a document in Slite is far easier than searching for "hmmm where did that press release draft go?" in Google Docs.

2. Know what's happening

Keep track of your team's work

Google Docs gives teams little to no context on what individuals are working on and what they're contributing. Slite is built around collaboration and getting your team in sync. It gives you a clear overview of what your team's been up to.

Activity highlights

Follow bolded documents to discover what your team's been working on.

Team insights

Check out your team's usage: Who's been writing most? What are they searching for?

Hugo Sallé de Chou


All the important information at Pumpkin is now finally in one place. It's literally keeping the team on the same page: previously on Google Docs, no one came to check what work others were up to. We also avoid losing valuable insights in our Slack history.

3. More intuitive

Slite is built to make team's lives easier

From the folder structure to its editor, Google Docs is bulkier and overly complex. Writing and navigating in Slite is faster and more intuitive for everyone.

Fast search that works

No fluff, to the point editor

Dead simple document linking

Jan Zheng


Slite has a great UI, and our notes are now better organized than they were in Google Docs. The file system allows us to focus on writing notes, and not constantly reorganize them.

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Ready to give Slite a go?

It's easy, just start by importing your Google Docs.