Guru is mostly known for building a fairly static wiki in limited cards format. Slite is flexible for all types of knowledge - from static handbooks, to dynamic product specs and living everyday docs.
Guru offers knowledge management features but you still have to manage every doc one by one. With Slite's AI-suggested actions in the Knowledge Management Panel, you can effortlessly manage all your docs in bulk, at scale.
Guru is known for being mostly used by heavy operational teams, usually in support - characterized by a few contributors and many readers. Meanwhile Slite is well adopted across the whole company without excessive focus on any single team.
While Guru emphasizes knowledge management, many features are still rather manual. With Slite you can benefit from Knowledge Management Panel where you can not only slice and dice all your docs in one place but also use quick AI-suggested actions to keep your knowledge fresh with a single click.
Slite offers a seamless tree structure that is easy to work with. Special channel settings also allow to highlight inactive and archived docs at a glance.
No more separate tools, no more siloed teams. We often hear that teams tend to use Guru for support teams and other, more intuitive knowledge base for the rest of the team. With Slite, there's no need for two tools as it's well-suited to meet the needs of all teams.
Absolutely! While Guru claims to have a mobile app, let's be real—it's just a mobile web experience. With Slite, you get quick and easy access to your team's work and all the info you need, whether you're on desktop or using your preferred mobile app.
No need to pay more for less flexibility. With Slite you pay 20% less and get even more valuable capabilities than what Guru offers.