A more team-friendly alternative to Dropbox Paper

A much simpler structure for your team docs

Easily organizing and finding your team's content is just as important as writing it: say goodbye to folders!

Unlike in Dropbox Paper, in Slite, what your team's writing and producing is public and retrievable by default in channels—not folders. They're seamless to navigate and always a few clicks away so that your content is never buried in far-away nested folders. They're also more flexible to organize: you can drag and drop notes in channels and collections.

Know what your team's working on

Slite gives teams a constant overview of what their team members are working on and sharing.

Unlike in Dropbox Paper, in Slite, catching up with your team's activity is intuitive: just follow bolded channels and notes to see what's changed since you were last on Slite. You can check your team's activity feed every day to get a news stream of what your team's collaborating on.

Never wonder who has access to what

Unlike in Dropbox Paper, Slite lets you handle user permissions in bulk so that you never need to worry if your team members have access to the right content.

Set permissions at the channel-level: channel members can either be readers, writers or admins for all notes in a channel. You can also send public links of your content to anyone outside of your team.

Always find what you're looking for

Slite makes sure you spend less time finding relevant information and more time interacting with it.

Find the right information. The search bar is always present in the app and just a shortcut away.
Find your team members. The quick switch lets you find notes and people within Slite.

Bring content collaboration out of your browser

Slite's desktop and mobile apps make writing and sharing more accessible for your entire team.

We were collaborating in Dropbox Paper but the structure was really bad. We couldn't find anything and it was really messy. When we found Slite, it felt too good to be true.

Co-founder of Yummygum
Leon Ephraim

Don't let your docs get any more disorganized