ClickUp Docs are effortlessly integrated with your tasks and projects, empowering your team to take action immediately and get work done faster.
Check out these powerful and flexible Docs features!
Add structure to the content in your Docs using pages and subpages. Add cover images and page icons using popular emoji to add flair to your content!
Learn more about the text formatting available in Docs.
Bring your content from other apps into ClickUp Docs to use rich formatting and collaborative editing.
Take your Docs outside of ClickUp by exporting them into PDF, HTML, or markdown.
Add comments to Docs to collaborate with your team! Ask and answer questions, provide feedback and approval, or suggest content with rich text formatting, embeds, and attachments.
Doc comments are automatically assigned to Anyone or the first person or Team that you mention in a comment.
Apply tags to filter and find the Docs you're looking for even faster.
Workspaces on our Free Forever Plan, Unlimited Plan, and Business Plan have 100 uses of Doc tags. Workspaces on the Business Plus Plan and Enterprise Plan have unlimited uses. Learn more about our Plans.
Create a Doc view, or add a Doc to a Location to show it right alongside your views.
Add Docs to the Sidebar so they appear alongside your Folders and Lists in the ClickUp hierarchy.
Find and create templates to speed up the writing process and keep your Docs consistent.
Set permissions and share your beautiful content with others in your organization and the world!
Relate Docs and tasks to build connections and relationships between content and your work.
Prevent unwanted changes to your pages and Docs by protecting them.
Protecting Docs and pages is only available on our Business Plus and Enterprise Plans.
Learn more about the switches and options available under the hood.
Done with a Doc, but not ready to delete it? Archive it instead!
While archived Docs will be hidden automatically, they are still saved so you can find them at a later date.
Create Docs with /Slash Commands
Use /Slash Commands to create Docs by typing /Doc. Name your Doc and press enter to finalize.