Slicki lets you build documentation from Slack conversations.
Slicki lets you create and maintain wiki pages linked to Slack channels. Use it as an intranet, as product documentation, or as a place to store things you shouldn't forget. It's a great way to build documentation from conversation, and to easily store and retrieve information relevant to certain groups in an organisation.Get started now ❯
Unlike many other Slack-aware wikis, Slack integration in Slicki is not a simple afterthought that only lets you search through chat.
Slicki builds on your existing Slack structure: For each Slack channel, you can create or retrieve the associated Slicki wiki page with a simple "/slicki" command.
At your Slicki site - https://teamname.slicki.wiki - you will be able to access your Slicki pages in structure resembling your Slack channel structure.
This way, Slicki allows you to leverage your existing conversational structures and your users. It allows you access to create and modify pages directly from Slack, and collaborate on documents in real time with other Slack users.
Build, maintain, structure and connect information accessible from where your users already work.
Slicki is a great tool for channel members needing to access and maintain information or documentation, and when conversations need to be quickly transformed into documentation.
No commitments. No credit cards required to get started. After adding Slicki to Slack, you'll have 30 days of full access, free for your entire team.
If you want to subscribe after the trial period ends, Slicki is just USD 4 per ACTIVE user (minimum 5 users). You do not pay for your entire team - Only those users who actively use Slicki.
Need support? Have a feature request? A good idea? We'd love to hear from you.Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org