As an alternative to Evernote's editor, Slite's slick editor is centered around real-time edition to make it even faster to write and read content as a team.
In Slite, your team writes standardized, clean content, thanks to bullet points, checklists, images, header titles — no need for old document formatting to get straight to the point.
Unlike Evernote, Slite makes knowledge sharing collaborative by making every aspect of writing and organizing designed especially for teams.
In Slite, your whole team pitches in: from writing together on the real-time editor, mention each other in content and even comment each other's work.
Easily organizing and finding your team's content is just as important as writing it.
In Slite, what your team's writing and producing is public and retrievable by default in channels—not private notebooks. 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.
Slite gives teams a constant overview of what their team members are working on and sharing.
Unlike in Evernote, catching up with your team's activity in Slite 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.
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.