"Between GitBook’s importers and it’s intuitive editor interface, we were able to get our docs published in no time. Keeping things maintained has been a breeze because the collaboration tools means all teams can be involved."Tom Shaked Content Writer @ Nimble Read their docs
Unlike static site generators, GitBook offers a modern UI that is beautiful out-of-the-box but endlessly configurable. Just import content and start typing.
A structured page tree and advanced search makes it easy for both editors and readers to organize and access information easily.
Securely set up custom docs for key customers or partners. Allow them to view custom documentation securely through your own authentication platform.
Create more engagement out-of-the-box with landing pages, videos, live sandbox environments and more. Just hit + to add cards, videos, tables, code blocks and more.
GitBook's Smart search relies on natural language prompts to help visitors to public documentation find exactly what they need.
But superpower search is just the beginning. Imagine a world in which an AI trained on your content can make suggestions when you're typing, high-level summaries, content improvements based on existing documentation and voice, tone or syntax recommendations.
Smart search, at your command.
GitBook is powered by a change request workflow. Allow contributors to check out and edit content, track and view the history of changes to each page, compare versions, merge or revert changes.
All collaboration around creating and maintaining docs happens right in GitBook, with inline commenting and space for larger discussions. In-app and email notifications ensure everyone’s kept in the loop.
GitBook's editor works just as you expect—with some added benefits. It recognizes code blocks and tables, runs on shortcuts and has handy integrations to allow you to bring in anything additional you need.
Maintain the privacy of each custom docs you create with SAML/SSO and private signing keys.
Backend analytics show you which content is performing (and which isn't). A review system allows readers to give you feedback per page.
Keep content as updated as your codebase thanks to an integration with GitHub.