Obie Launches Free Browser Extension to Accelerate Sharing of Workplace Documents and Internal Knowledge

Company also launches Personal Pro and Personal Free plans to expand availability for individuals and remote teams

Obie announces the launch of its brand new browser extension to democratize access to Obie’s core search, access, and sharing functionality. The extension comes off the heels of two new plans – Personal Pro and Personal Free – that decouple Obie’s powerful search functionality from Slack for the first time, allowing individuals and teams to accelerate knowledge sharing.

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Obie makes finding and sharing knowledge faster and easier than ever before, thanks to its AI-powered search capabilities. The free browser extension accelerates knowledge capture, reuse, and discovery in everyday work, perfect for individuals. Obie creates a single source of truth for any team’s file search needs. It aims to save users’ time with:

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  • Faster Sharing: Deliver solutions faster by quickly searching and sharing answers, documents, and articles when and where questions get asked;
  • Faster Answers: Build a searchable and accessible database of answers to repetitive questions that come up in the user’s everyday work – replacing sticky notes, text snippets, frequently accessed data, instructions, and other procedures;
  • Faster Search: Unify search across disparate tools like Google Drive, Confluence, Dropbox, Box, Trello, Github, and many more to make documents easily accessible.

Obie uses natural language processing (NLP) to understand complex queries, as well as machine learning (ML) to improve results with every document search. Users can also manually add “FAQs” to store templates, text snippets, and frequently accessed information by simply highlighting the information in their browser and adding it to Obie.

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