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6 Competitors to GitBook

A place to think and track ideas for you and your team

When to use GitBook

With GitBook you can:
- Collaborate asynchronously with your team, comment and review drafts before publishing
- Share your knowledge publicly or privately with anyone
- Enjoy a living documentation
- Add value to your documentation by customizing your space to match your branding


GitBook Competitor 1 - Yousign
Secure, legally binding electronic signature, adapted for Europe.

When to use Yousign

Yousign's eSignature solution is for people who want to shortcut the whole print-sign-scan-send process when signing documents, and gain productivity while saving on paper.

GitBook Competitor 2 - Ripley
Content marketing tool for distributed teams

When to use Ripley

Use Ripley anytime you work with your team to write and publish content!

GitBook Competitor 3 - JobAider
Capture, share, and manage expertise

When to use JobAider

JobAider is valuable when you have a myriad of processes and procedures you need to communicate with co-workers. It's especially useful when a process or procedure is not done often or is critical to the continuing operation of your organization. Why leave a critical process or procedure to memory, support your team by quickly documenting know how and share it.

GitBook Competitor 4 - Navigator
Workspaces for remote meetings

When to use Navigator

Navigator creates a collaborative workspace for each meeting. For easy access, a link to the workspace is added to the meeting’s calendar event.

GitBook Competitor 5 - Elephant Drive
Secure online backup, storage, file sharing and sync

When to use Elephant Drive

ElephantDrive is a complete cloud storage solution, offering secure cloud functionality tightly integrated with leading storage hardware solutions.

GitBook Competitor 6 - Additor
The living knowledge library for modern collaborators.

When to use Additor

Our main targets are IT teams, cross-functional teams, marketing team, design team, researcher, freelancers, creative agencies, and anyone who organize information, write notes, and share knowledge with collaborators.