Out of our team of 30 people, 15 are on Slab and we pay $70/month.
Slab is a clean, clear documentation tool suitable for personal notes and collaborative development docs, with extra features for formal documentation, such as page ownership and page aging.
Features and Functionality
Slab seems to be targeting small-medium sized shops, with nice small team pricing, good collaboration-focused features, and useful document-freshness features.
Slab has a search bar that can simultaneously search Slab documentation, Google Drive, Slack, and many other 3rd party data sources, surfacing all results in one window. Because of this, Slab can be quite helpful wrangling many activities across a startup or small business.
Slab supports the ability to place a page in more than one documentation section, by reference, which makes complex documentation much more effective.
Slab documentation accuracy features include page ownership, page freshness (date last checked) and reminders.
Pros and Cons
Slab is thoughtfully and elegantly designed, both easy on the eyes, and easy to use.
Slab is extremely slow to develop. So slow that I was worried they'd go out of business on me, s...
Slab's free tier is quite useful for small shops (up to ten users) that don't need private pages. But for serious use, Slab's baseline features including long page history and page privacy currently costs $80/yr/user.
- Slab's free plan includes 10 users, 90 day revision history, and core features
- Slab's Startup plan costs $8/month or $80/year per user for unlimited users, 10 guests per user, a year of revision history, private topics, and unlimited integrations
- Slab's Business plan costs $15/month or $150/year per user for unlimited guests and revision history, a year of analytics, custom domains, SAML SSO, 5 premium integrations, and priority support
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