Kipwise is a smart company wiki tool that integrates seamlessly with other tools you use every day, so you can save and retrieve team knowledge easily, wherever you need them. Create and search for saved knowledge, without leaving Slack • Create new Kipwise Pages with /kipwise create • Search :mag_right: across your knowledge base with /kipwise search [keywords]Easily turn Slack messages into team wiki docs • Discussed something important in chat? Clip it :paperclip: and turn it into a Kipwise Page with just a few clicks using Slack actionOne-click to answer teammates' questions• Got questions with existing answers on Kipwise already? Provide a quick answer to your teammates with just a few clicks using Slack actionBuild up your knowledge base automatically through questions and answers • Couldn’t find something on Kipwise? Assign the question to a teammate, the Q&A will be saved to Kipwise automatically when your teammate answered.Connect the tools you use everyday to search for important info in one place • Kipwise integrates seamlessly with the tools your team already uses like Google Drive and Confluence, so setting up is easy and you can search for important info in a single place. Real-time collaborative Page Editor • Your team can edit the same page at the same time and see the changes immediately. • Embed images, videos or content from integrated sources (e.g. Google Drive) to create media-rich and visually appealing content.Automatically organizes shared articles, links and images with team annotations • Our bot can detect article links and images automatically to help you save and organize them on Kipwise • We will also turn them into a collaborative version so your team can collaborate on annotating the key pointsAccess rights control• Pages can be organized into folders with permission control so only selected teammates can access certain folders.Upcoming Integrations • Chrome Extension • Email • TrelloPricing Plans • 14 days free trial, plans start at $15/month • https://kipwise.com/pricing/
Kipwise Wiki will ask to:
Send messages as Kipwise WikiShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to send messages to your workspace.
Access information about your workspaceShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to access information about your workspace, including name, email domain, and icon.
Confirm your identityShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to view your user id number, full name, and workspace id number on your workspace.
View your Slack avatarShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to view your Slack avatar on your workspace.
View your email addressShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to view your email address on your workspace.
View your Slack workspace nameShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to view your Slack workspace name, domain, and icon.
Access information about your public channelsShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Modify your public channelsShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to modify information about your public channels, including name and purpose, as well as archive and create new ones.
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
View some URLs in messagesShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to view kipwise.com URLs to provide previews and other functionality.
Access content in your public channelsShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to access any messages and activity you can see in public channels.
Add a bot user with the username @kipwiseShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to install a bot user that appears in and has access to your workspace’s directory. It can also post messages and view activity on messages in any channel it is invited to.
Send messages as youShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to send messages on your behalf to your workspace.
Access your workspace’s files, comments, and associated informationShow more
Kipwise Wiki will be able to access content of files created inside of or uploaded to Slack (including information such as who uploaded the files, when they were uploaded, associated comments, and sharing history).
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