SlimWiki makes it easy to create attractive, mobile-friendly private pages for your company

SlimWiki makes it easy to create attractive, mobile-friendly private pages for your company

If you’re seeking a private space online for your company — perhaps to host internal documents, guides or more — then SlimWiki is a new arrival that should feature on your shortlist.

The site lets you put together wikis and other private documents with an aesthetically pleasing, multimedia-rich design. SlimWiki uses drag and drop to make creating pages a cinch, while its responsive design means it is optimized for mobile. The service lets administrators grant colleagues access as editors or in a read-only capacity, with all changes tracked clearly.

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 Here’s one I made earlier, before I got hungry


The site is free to use for teams of up to three. Beyond that it costs $5 per user per month.

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