Almanac vs. confluence

The Confluence alternative that you'll actually want to collaborate in

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What former Confluence users have to say

"Creating & updating playbooks for our sales team is incredibly easy in Almanac – super important as we scale and continually improve our strategy and tactics."

Ilya Nekhay
Aaron Thandi
Sr. Director, US Ad Sales at Tapjoy

"From a creation standpoint, Almanac is great experience. Super easy to put together a great-looking doc."

Joao Beraldo
Hiba Amin
Senior Marketing Manager at Soapbox

"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."

Matt Redler
Jordan Wan
CEO of CloserIQ

Almanac vs. Confluence

First off, we'd be remiss to acknowledge that Atlassian is a juggernaut in this space — congrats to their team on all their success.

That being said, Confluence was created in 2004 and, well frankly, it shows.

We hear it all the time:
"We collaborate in Google Docs (because Confluence's editor is terrible), paste them into Confluence (losing all context of the collaboration), and then they are never seen, updated, or used again."

We're different.

Almanac is a true document editor with powerful version control that is a joy to collaborate in, whether in real-time or asynchronously. Our platform makes it easy to organize, revise, and reference your work — so that collaboration is easy.

Because people actually enjoy editing and collaborating in Almanac, keeping docs organized and up-to-date is only one click away.

Modern teams need modern solutions that fit how they work today, not in 2004.
Here are 5 unique things you can do in Almanac.
Create docs with a true document editor.
Almanac gives you all the customization you expect from a document editor with the power of modern integrations.
Rich text formatting
100+ fonts
Real-time text cursors
Dynamic embeds with 15+ integrations
Code blocks supporting 100 languages
Almanac document editor
See every edit & change that has been made.
Almanac activity feed
Always have context into who has made edits and what has happened since you last viewed a document.
Activity Feed
Version History
Know if a user has viewed a doc or not
Restore from a version
Manage versions with precise control.
Create branches to make a linked version of the doc to control where people can edit or leave feedback.
Merge versions together
Compare versions against each other
Share access to specific versions
Suggest changes to docs you don't have access to.
Create a branch in Almanac
Organize docs the way you want.
Almanac gives you multiple ways to organize and find docs in the way that suits you and your organization best.
Simple organization that everyone understands.
Almanac Folders
Pick specific docs to curate into wiki-like playbooks.
Sales Playbook
Add a list of docs into a document.
Keep documentation up-to-date
Enable anyone with read access to a doc to propose changes on a branch without disturbing the original version. Doc owners can review and merge in suggested changes.
Crowdsource improvements without losing control
Track changes with visual markups
Accept or reject specific edits
Sharing docs in Almanac
All that and so much more
Request Reviews
Ask for feedback and approvals right from your editor.
See all the notifications of docs you're collaborating on.
Share to Groups
Easily share docs or folders to groups of people.
Read Receipts
See visual markups of additions and deletions.
See all of your tasks in one place.
Add Properties
Add searchable metadata to documents.
Already have a Confluence workspace?
Easily import your Confluence workspace into Almanac.
Import Notion pages into Almanac
When it comes to Confluence alternatives, Almanac is #1.
Create a free account with up to 50 docs to see how Almanac compares to Confluence.