Use the information you already have to create your knowledge base
Most teams use lots of tools to share information: Google Docs, Dropbox, and GitHub, among others. Tettra helps you aggregate all your team’s existing information into a single source of truth. You can embed Google Drive files, reference Github issues, upload existing files, and more.
Your team doesn’t need yet another tool. Hook up Slack and GSuite to Tettra to let your team login with their existing accounts. Use your existing Google Groups to manage your content permissions in Tettra. Send Notifications for newly created or updated pages right into Slack to make sure your team is reading what you’re sharing.
We want to save you time on routine tasks. Why recreate the wheel every time you onboard a new employee or kickoff a process? Templates can auto-populate a page with the all info you need, which make creating new knowledge a breeze.
Knowledge your team can trust as a single source of truth
Sharing knowledge is a team sport. Tettra makes it easy for everyone to get involved with our simple, intuitive page editor. Tettra is open by default but gives you the permissions you need to make sure only the right people have editing rights or can ask a question.
Ideally, you’re only documenting the information your team actually needs to know instead of just guessing what they might need. Get an accurate view of what questions need an answer by letting team members suggest pages and edits to existing information.
Tettra brings knowledge into the context of conversations
Tettra’s search is smart. It indexes titles, headers, and the body content of all your pages to make sure your team can find what they need. It even handles typos elegantly by knowing what you meant. Learn more about how search works.
If you’re like most of us, you probably find yourself answering the same questions all the time in chat tools like Slack. With Tettra, you can privately search for answers, and when you find something you want to share, you can share it to any Slack channel or DM.
Get daily updates on how your pages are performing. See how many people view them, react to them, or comment on them. You’ll also see when new pages are created and be reminded of open suggestions.