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Almanac for Developers
Github for docs.
Branch and merge docs just like code. Never use Confluence again.
Why Developers love Almanac
Make your docs dynamic with inline code blocks, embeds, checklists, tables, and more.
The whole product feels as if a software engineer got really frustrated with documents and took lessons from writing code and moved them into writing documents.
Software Engineering Manager, Indeed
Put versions on temporary, linked versions to merge in.
Edit, collaborate, and navigate without leaving your keyboard.
Link relevant docs together for quick navigation.
Add metadata to documents to organize them.
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Version your docs for different milestones and keep track of edits with Track Changes.
Almanac is like Notion, but fast, and with their git-like branch features, it’s built for all users to feel empowered to suggest changes to company documentation.
CEO of Panther.co
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Eliminate meetings and Slack pings with asynchronous workflows for structured and transparent collaboration.
I love how collaborative Almanac feels compared to Notion.
Platform Lead, EQT Ventures
Curate technical docs into handbooks that are one click away and easily updated.
Almanac is like MediaWiki meets Git meets Superhuman meets Google Docs. OMG this is amazing!
Senior Risk Control Consultant, Fractional Risk Management
Choose between a great editing experience or great version control.
You get the best of both worlds.
Feedback is everywhere and gets lost in Slack, email, Confluence, or Github.
Feedback lives on the doc and is easily managed and tracked.
Documentation quickly goes out of date, is forgotten, and never gets used.
Anybody can suggest improvements on branches to improve documentation.
Create a Slack thread and ask people to emoji respond to acknowledge they’ve read a document.
Share a doc with Read Receipts to see analytics on who has (and hasn’t) read it.
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