You need a wiki

Create a wiki with Google Docs that your team will want to use.

Create a wiki

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Get started in < 30 seconds

Import your existing Google Drive folders and files.
Get started in <30 seconds.

Find

Nested tree menu and speedy interface lets you find the docs you're looking for faster.

Link

Set up a table of contents or link to another
document easily.

Share

Easily share your wiki with anyone in your
team or in your contacts.

Collaborate

Editing, live collaboration, advanced formatting.
Use powerful Google Docs features.

And more...

  • Everything saves to Google Drive
  • Read-only mode prevents accidental updates
  • See who has recently edited the page

All you need to get your team on board

Create a place for knowledge sharing in your team.


1 user

Free

Up to 10 users

$10
monthly

Up to 25 users

$49
monthly

Up to 75 users

$99
monthly
  • 14-day trial for paid plans (cancel anytime, no credit card required)
  • Setup a wiki with your existing Google Docs
  • Private team wiki pages
  • Saves to Google Drive
  • Unlimited read-only users
  • Unlimited wikis
  • Team drive support
  • Custom domain
  • Custom sidebar color
  • Priority support
More than 75 people? Email us for pricing.
Free for non-commercial open-source code use.

How does it work?

  • YNAW integrates directly with the Google Drive API to generate a wiki.
  • Changes to your Docs and Drive are instantly shown in your wiki.
  • All changes are saved to Drive.

Do I need a wiki?

You will find a wiki helpful in the following situations:

  • Onboarding new employees
  • Documenting processes
  • Ensuring processes are followed
  • Preventing employees doing duplicate work
  • Retaining your teams business knowledge
  • Having a centralized location for knowledge

Common questions



What permissions are required to use YNAW?

You can read more about permissions on the permissions page.



How does YNAW compare to Confluence/notion/tettra?

YNAW has a focus on direct integration with Google Drive and Google Docs.

If your team is already using Google docs it can be a great option and timesaver. You don't have to worry about multiple sources of truth or teaching new employees how to use a new wiki system.

The Docs editor also comes with powerful built-in features such as document collaboration, suggestions, chat, and more that other wiki solutions do not.

You can setup a YNAW wiki without worrying about vendor lock-in.
If you need to move to another provider in the future, you can do so without a worry, everything is stored as a Google doc in your Google Drive.




If you have questions we didn't cover, we'd be happy to answer them.

You can view the roadmap or request features here.