Work has changed. 

It's time your doc editor did too.
Almanac is a collaborative doc editor for remote teams that replaces Google Docs and Microsoft Word. It brings your distributed team together to document, organize, and collaborate on work without meetings.
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"Almanac is building the future of the documentation tools for teams. Reviews, approvals, merging, history, super great multiplayer. Early days, but super awesome."
Job van der Voort
CEO at Remote.com
"It feels like the best of Google Docs (real-time collab, great doc editor) with the power of a project management app (tasks and workflows)."
Brent Gilmore
Product Design Consultant
"Almanac has been such an essential tool for us – it's allowed us to cleanly organize our company information in a way that saves us time, optimizes our collaboration, and keeps the team up to date and informed."
Chelsea De La Grana
Director of People & Compliance at Codesmith
"Incorporating Almanac as one of our core tools has given us the chance to coordinate work with a completely remote team. Our workflow improved and our speed of execution improved significantly."
Lakshanika Lammeera
CEO at Yuno
"While I have no shortage of tools for writing, every time I think about needing to create a playbook or strategy memo that I want others to critique seriously, I think of using Almanac."
Jordan Wan
Founder of CloserIQ
"Remote fails at scale without great documentation. Tools like Almanac are the necessary operating systems for distributed teams."
Matt Redler
CEO at Panther
The remote work revolution is here. But is your team thriving in it?
Scattered collaboration, overwhelming notifications, and Zoom fatigue isn't how remote work is supposed to work.
Even with Slack, Notion, and Google Docs, simple collaboration still isn’t simple at all. Docs, tasks, chat, and feedback are all in different tools, siloed from each other.

Your team constantly feels behind, and anxious that they're not on the same page. There's too many meetings and not enough time to get real work done.

Remote work is not an online version of the office—and you'll burn out trying to make that work. You deserve tooling that helps you move from broken "office culture" to something fundamentally better.
Your current feedback process probably looks something like this👇
Almanac makes remote work as great as it should be.

Almanac helps distributed and hybrid teams:

  • Centralize all your work, knowledge, and people in one place.
  • Stay organized and informed of everything that's happening.
  • Build radically transparent feedback and approval processes.
  • Create living documentation that scales as you grow.
  • Enable a writing culture like the best remote teams.
  • Onboard and retain the very best people onto your team.

With Almanac, remote work feels like freedom, not house arrest.

MODERN EDITOR
OS FOR DOCS
LIVING DOCUMENTATION
collaborative workflows
version control
Write and collaborate with superpowers.
Don't trade-off between speed, productivity, or elegant design – Almanac has it all. Work better with real-time collaboration, track changes, version history, templates, and more.
Organize all your work and people in one place.
Never lose a document again. Organize docs in handbooks, folders, groups or nested docs – whatever works best for your team.
Document processes with handbooks that update themselves.
Curate documents into wiki-style handbooks for each team or function. Enable anyone to suggest changes, without disturbing the original doc, to keep knowledge current.
Get on the same page without meetings or messages.
Use structured workflows to ask for feedback or approval on documents and transparently monitor progress along the way to ✅
Collaborate transparently without sacrificing control.
Use branches to draft, ideate, and revise high-risk work. Seamlessly compare and merge versions together into the perfect final doc.
Update the way your team collaborates in docs.
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