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Power of a database with the familiarity of a spreadsheet
When to use Airtable
Airtable is a collaboration platform designed to empower 30,000+ companies for content pipelines, product management, events planning, user research, and more
When to use ntile
Internal and external collaborations;
Business management (project management);
Open information portals;
Company knowledge base;
Collaborative work with docs and tables;
Considering data from different angles;
When to use Sizle
When you want to generate personalized, password-protected links to your presentations and pitch decks. Learn what content works best and make better follow-ups with slide-by-slide viewer insights
When to use Kbee
1. When teams are writing down their internal SOPs in Google Docs and need an easy way to share this info internally
2. When teams need to create a public-facing help center for their customers
When to use Elium
Use Elium to build, organise and access crucial content to get work done.
Elium is a modern knowledge sharing solution that allows an organisation to better capitalise and grow its teams around key documentation.
When to use Craft
- Listen to your users and prospects so you know what matters most
- Make product decisions with all the information you need
- Create and share clear, compelling roadmaps
- Build intuitive roadmaps that communicate your product strategy
When to use Elephant Drive
ElephantDrive is a complete cloud storage solution, offering secure cloud functionality tightly integrated with leading storage hardware solutions.
When to use Obie
Perfect for mid-sized companies with IT and Customer Support teams struggling with frequently asked questions and want to enable self-serve support
When to use TaskQue
TaskQue helps project managers, entrepreneurs, Team Leads and Supervisors to assign tasks automatically and view the progress of teams as well as projects.
When to use Sheet.chat
If your team already has Slack and an important Google spreadsheet for your operations, Sheet.chat will ensure that you have all the important information where the collaboration is taking place i.e. Slack.
When to use DottedSign
DottedSign is an easy way to sign and track e-signatures, whether you're a solo business owner or part of a larger enterprise. It's easy to monitor the entire process, increasing both your productivity and how you manage your time. Documents get signed on time, nothing is ever lost or misplaced, and the security features as well as the legally binding audit-trail provides you with a peace of mind.
When to use Papermind
Papermind suits the individual, or you can connect with your Slack workspace and allow your whole team to create articles, share documents, and more
When to use Coda
Text, tables and visualizations can live side-by-side or in sections within your doc. Coda can be used to create bespoke workflows, customized databases and grows with your ideas.
People have made Coda docs that do everything from launch products, to scale small businesses, to help them study for tests. Coda is best-suited for the people who push things forward and turn ideas into actions for the team. We like to call them makers. (And FWIW a lot of product managers use Coda.)