The 4 best Knowledge Bases products

Uneed is a launch platform that lists the best products on the internet since 2019. We've put together a list the 4 best #Knowledge Bases products for you over the years.

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Guidejar

guidejar.com
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Freemium
Guidejar enables users to create effective product demos and step-by-step guides with ease. With capabilities for easy integration, insightful analytics, and seamless content updates, Guidejar is an effective tool for businesses looking to simplify complex processes and engage users effectively. Guidejar also focusses on making buying decisions easier by enabling prospects to have hands-on product access through demos embedded on websites, shared in sales cycles, or sent in email campaigns.
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    Marketing
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    Freemium
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rachel_lo

Looks like a useful product!

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Kahana

kahana.co
Freemium
Kahana is a collaborative platform that allows creators, coaches, and experts to build and protect digital products called "hubs." Users can upload their content, set a price, and earn income from selling access to their hubs. Kahana prevents unauthorized sharing and downloading of digital products. The platform offers different pricing plans and has received positive feedback from users. It is free to use, and users can connect to Stripe to receive payments.
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    Business
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    Freemium
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Freemium
We’re juggling with more apps than ever. Information is scattered everywhere - from links in slack to countless emails in Gmail. Findr’s universal search lets you search across all your favourite apps from a single place. One search, powered by AI, for all your apps.
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Explanations

explanations.app
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Freemium
Youtube videos helped millions - but teachers don't get rewarded. Private tutoring is impactful - but it's expensive as hell. explanations.app is a middle-ground between Youtube & Tutoring. Lots of students pay $10/month to a Youtube Teacher, who creates videos based on the questions students ask. About 5 TAs, researchers & students from MIT have signed up to become teachers, but anyone can teach, anyone can learn, it's an open platform, and I think the real world has much better incentives than universities.
esus

Really smart idea, love the simplicity and straightforwardness of the landing page. Also, sweeeeet domain!