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Confluence is broken. Here’s how I plan to fix it.

Confluence, along with all current documentation tools, don’t scale with your team.

You start out with one or two people and only a few documents. At this point information is easy to find and things are going great. But then time passes and your team grows, now you have a few more documents. You can still find what you need, but it can take a while plus you notice that more…

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Francesco Lanciana

Francesco Lanciana

Founder of Scribe — A scalable knowledge base for teams. https://scribe.wiki

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