Almanac is a San Francisco-based cloud-based platform for open-source documents where users can read, write, and collaborate in a single place. They offer users the ability to compare documents, and push changes or merge content between them. Almanac's stated mission is to build a knowledge infrastructure for the digital economy. And they are working to develop a new cloud operating system and an utility tool for a company wishing to transition to a digital business.
Through Almanac, users have access to a document editor and collaboration tool which is intended to offer teams a way of editing documents, setting timelines, and setting future goals while reducing the need for meetings. Documents show also who published them, how many times they were copied, and the amount of people using it.
Documents can include common templates that can be copied and customized. These include checklists, sales email scripts, and process guides. And these documents can be reused and versioned.
Almanac wants to save users time by making it fast and easy to discover, customize, and collaborate on knowledge for different roles in technology. They offer templates and playbooks from startup veterans of companies like Airbnb, Stripe, and Dropbox. Through these documents, along with 10,000 further documents, Almanac is developing a library of business documents and standard operating procedures that have been published and collaborated on by platform collaborators.
These knowledge categories include:
- Business operations
- Career management
- Customer service
- Design and research
- People operations
- Product management
- Remote work
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