Knowledge sharing is important because without it, there is an erosion of time and productivity. It’s one thing to have knowledge or information stored inside of your organization, but if it’s not used productively or effectively, it has very little value to the team.
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For better or worse, we are most often compared to a product called Guru (getguru.com), developed by Guru Technologies in Philadelphia, PA. Both Guru and Obie emerged in the Slack wiki realm early in the Slack platform’s history. We have independently tried to solve common knowledge management pains, but have arrived at different solutions.
When building a knowledge base, often one of the first considerations is where to store your information. Depending on your use-case, you might have considered a number of options that may have been influenced by historical choices in your organization or compatibility with other technologies. A popular choice, that we…