Quip Reviews 2018

Documents, spreadsheets, checklists, and chat in one simple interface.




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In Quip, chat is attached to documents, so it’s less likely to be completely off-topic or distracting (compared to Slack).

The new design is great. Took a while to be finally refreshed, but the latest version is less bulky/heavy than before. It may not be perfect or as full featured as Google G Suite, but it's the only product that feels designed for mobile *and* web/desktop.

Quip is cleaner and easier to manage several docs than the wildly popular Google Docs.

Quip is hands down my #1 favorite tool. We rarely use email at all because most discussions happen on Slack or Quip. Pros: Simplicity is awesome. It's important to treat People and Documents as first class entities in a document (or just as links). Embedded code formatting and highlighting works well enough (funny but so many products don't get this right). I wanted to give Notion a try (mad impressive!) but just its complexity didn't feel right (and they are more expensive). Cons: this is a very competitive space and many popular options are free. I've recommended Quip to endless people and many still find the $10/person/month price expensive. Wishlist: - Can't import from markdown (not just export to markdown) - Can't keep code color when exporting to other formats or printing. - There's a way to do markdown-style table, not excel-style table.

Quip is amazingly simple to use. Highly recommend for all the task makers to circulate with their friends.


Fast, flexible, and simple.