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When collaborating with a team on content creation with the purpose of bringing multiple inputs in a nonstructured or nonfixed media type, this is a great choice because of its diversity of content and collaboration tools, however, if you are looking to have high flexibility in a particular content creation stream, for example, sophisticated text editing or presentation, there are a lot of strong competitors out there.
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In my opinion, Stack Overflow for Teams is well suited for an organization that is on a hiring spree for the engineering teams. The reason for it is because instead of catering to doubts of new joinees individually, they can be asked to refer to the Stack Overflow and hence will save a lot of time for both new joiners as well as the existing employees.
Read full review Pros With Dropbox Paper, I can insert images and videos into your document, to make the document more visual, which is helpful for creating newsletters and simple flyers. Once you create a document, you can save it as a template to be reused as a starting point for creating new documents. Dropbox Paper has some basic formatting features like bolding text, adding links, and creating H1 and H2 headings. You can insert tables into your Dropbox Paper document Dropbox Paper also has an unusual but helpful feature, and that is the time line feature. Read full review Sharing technical solutions to problems we encounter in our internal development environment. Sharing best practices we find in external resources. Discussions on design patterns and conventions we can use in our projects. Read full review Cons No spell check feature. No going back to "old versions" once changes are made they are permanent, with no restriction setting or ability to see previous versions. Read full review I would recommend an increased engineering focus on the Microsoft Teams integration. It would be nice to make more medals. Easier ways to earn points. Read full review Alternatives Considered
I was not part of the decision making to acquire the
tool against any of the other options and competitors. However, I can assume that the fact that we have been using
File Management for many years and many important files are stored and shared in the tool everyday, the adding of
Paper should have been felt very natural.
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It's easier to use Stack Overflow for Teams Q&A to maintain our knowledge base over time, over the
wikis that we also maintain. You don't need to bother about folders, filenames, templates - just ask a question and answer it or get it answered. It feels less formal, so developers feel more free to add content.
Read full review Return on Investment Dropbox Paper has allowed all of our employees to be much more productive and on track even when we can't be in the office, which from a management standpoint is a huge positive impact. They know that productivity isn't slowing or lacking when everyone isn't actually sitting in the office under their watchful eye. It has had a huge impact on our turn around time and speed of getting more work and projects completed. The more work you can effectively get done in a time period means more money for the bottom line. It has made the majority of our team members more accountable and reliable when they know everyone is working together on something and each person has their own checklist of items to complete. It is especially helpful that everyone can see the same checklist, so everyone knows what each other is accomplishing. Read full review It makes the search for answers more efficient, so devs can focus in more important things. Knowledge is not lost, even if people leave the company. Read full review ScreenShots