Memo is a super-powered app for your team's knowledge
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New signups are no longer going to be accepted for Memo starting January 16th.
If you are an existing Memo user, you can view your notes or add new notes until March 16th.
If you have been using Memo so far, you can easily export all of your data.
Click to edit notes with rich text, checklists, autocomplete for @users, #channels, :emoji: and note links.
Full support for technical documentation, including
code blocks, syntax highlighting and Markdown keyboard shortcuts.
Links to articles, videos, files, websites, etc. are automatically expanded with inline previews.
Search through your notes and get your results sorted by relevance, recency and author.
Memo automatically detects stale notes and remind you about them.
Keep notes private, share them with teammates, or with people outside the team.
Keeping your wiki and notes organized shouldn't be hard.
Quickly add links to other notes and boards by pressing “+” while editing.
Group related notes into browsable boards such as “Dev Notes” or “OKRs”.
Move, rename and archive thousands of notes without breaking a sweat.
Use Memo to turn your Slack chats into a searchable knowledge base.
If you see an important message or file in Slack, save it in Memo with one click, by 🌟 starring it.
Quickly edit notes without leaving Slack
/memo-find followed by one or more keywords to retrieve any saved note, right inside Slack.
When you share a Memo link in Slack, it will automatically expand so you don't have to break your flow.
Biggest problem of Slack vs email/Asana is that things quickly get lost. Memo does a really nice job organizing everything.
Thomas Smyth, Founder at Trim