Team knowledge management is a familiar concept with teams using tools such as wikis to store information and onboard new team members. Some of our teams now prefer to use Logseq as a team knowledge base. An open-source knowledge-management system, Logseq is powered by a graph database, helps users organize thoughts, notes and ideas and can be adapted for team use with Git-based storage. Logseq allows teams to build a democratic and accessible knowledge base, providing each member with a personalized learning journey and facilitating efficient onboarding. However, as with any knowledge management tool, teams will need to apply good curation and management of their knowledge base to avoid information overload or disorganization.
While similar functionality is available in tools like Obsidian, the key difference lies in Logseq's focus on consumption, with paragraph-based linking enabling team members to quickly find the relevant context without having to read an entire article.