Did you know that your employees spend about 1.6 hours of their workday simply looking for information to get their job done?
They usually find this information after scouring several GB of your cloud storage doc dumps. Or … by tapping their colleague “help channels.”
Of course, there’s a better way to go about it.
It’s called: an INTERNAL knowledge base.
Find out in today’s leading story how Scribbr (the 5th fastest-growing tech company in the Netherlands) uses an internal knowledge base to make their 30 employees and 400+ freelancers become their productive best.
From Our Blog
Discover how the folks at Scribbr solved their “undocumented knowledge problem” with a living, breathing internal knowledge base (powered by KnowAll) that handles all their employees/contractors’ learning needs. Koen Driessen, the co-founder of Scribbr, tells how the new staff can now “easily start working, and they all know where to find answers to complicated questions.”
An unplanned knowledge base with poor information architecture makes users feel even more lost and frustrated. Click through to find out three actionable ways to glue together your knowledge base articles in a meaningful structure so users can quickly access the help they need.
On Providing Customer Support and Developing Support Content
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