Abraa.com vs KB Clip

Abraa.com

Abraa.com
Abraa.com

Abraa is an Online B2b Marketplace which allow trading from whole across globe

Abraa.com is the foremost platform for worldwide wholesale trade catering suppliers and thousands of buyers around the globe. Through Abraa.com, the suppliers can send their products to the buyers in other countries. Our Mission is to make it easy for suppliers and buyers to do Business Around the Globe. We have also developed Cutting Edge Tools and Marketing Strategies for our Suppliers, Buyers, Distributors, Wholesalers, Importers, Exporters, Traders and Resellers Giving them the Reach to Global Audiences for their Products / Services. We also have “Verified & Trusted” Suppliers so that buyers can purchase from them by using our platform with Assurance and Peace of mind. Brings you Hundreds of Products in many different major Categories including Consumer Electronics, Auto Parts and Industrial Machinery Buyers for these products are located across the Globe and exchange thousands of messages with Suppliers on our Platform each Day We are constantly adding new Categories and Products to our site for the better search. As a platform, we are constantly developing New Technologies to help our customer do more and discover new Opportunities. Whether it’s Sourcing from Multiple Suppliers or Selling to Buyers around the world Abraa.com has you Covered.

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KB Clip

KB Clip
KB Clip

Having a pretty wiki would be great, but we all have 100 other priorities. KB Clip lets you instantly turn any conversation into a rough article. Export from Slack to Notion with KB Clip

I built a thing. 
It’s called KB Clip. It’s a magic shortcut in your slack community that turns important conversations into a web page *in seconds*.
The story of KB Clip starts with Slack, and I love Slack.  
However, at some point, I realized two things about it:
1. It is an excellent tool for facilitating the _flow_ of information across an organization.  
2. It is *not* a tool to _save_ and _organize_ that information.
You can try to use wikis and knowledge bases to capture things like:
- Solutions to problems customers keep facing
- Informal hierarchy of who knows what
- Answer to the question that everybody asks each week and that’s driving you crazy.
But they’re “over there” and not at your fingertips in Slack, so they don’t get updated and don’t get referenced. Why should you when it’s easier to pop in channel and fire off a question?
The dream I had was a place where I could ask a question once. Have it answered once, and in seconds, store it in a place when people can find it faster and easier than they could ask someone.
And so I built a thing.  
With KB Clip, you select the messages that make up the info you want to save. There’s a simple interface, and you don’t ever have to leave Slack. You can optionally add tags or other notes to help organize.
Then using the `/kb` slash command instantly surface conversations you saved with just a few keywords.  For example: `/kb deploy test environment` or `/kb user credit card expired`
Both creating pages and searching them take seconds. And you never have to leave Slack.
I’m really proud of it. I think it will be super useful. If you have issues watching the most valuable information in your company scroll away, you should check it out too.

Location: San Mateo, United States

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