ReadMe provides companies the ability to create documentation, and build loyal, productive developer communities. The solution helps to build developer portals that combine support, tutorials, topical guides and API exploration. ReadMe makes it trivial to keep docs up-to-date and has community oriented features that help drive adoption.
TypePrivate
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2014
Size (employees)14 (est)-6%
Websitereadme.io
ReadMe.io was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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ReadMe.io Office Locations

ReadMe.io has an office in San Francisco
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ReadMe.io Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

ReadMe.io total Funding

$1.1 m

ReadMe.io latest funding size

$1 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

ReadMe.io investors

ReadMe.io's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $1 m. In total, ReadMe.io has raised $1.1 m
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Human Capital Metrics

ReadMe.io's employees are reported to be approximately 38% female and 62% male.
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ReadMe.io Online and Social Media Presence

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ReadMe.io Blogs

Quick Switcher: Speed Up Your Workflow

Introducing Quick Switcher, the fastest way to navigate ReadMe. How does it work? Press ⌘+K on Macs or Ctrl+K on Windows anywhere inside ReadMe to search for and jump directly to: Pages (from Guides, API Reference, Custom Pages or Changelog posts) Settings (any sidebar menu item in both Enter…

Cleaning up the ReadMe Dashboard

Over four years of adding features to ReadMe, our dashboard was starting to get a little bit cluttered, so we took a step back and did some fall cleaning! In talking to our customers (and using the product ourselves), we realized there were four main sections that defined ReadMe. We

Introducing API Metrics

You've spent lots of time documenting your API so that more people can use it successfully. Excellent! Is it working? Can you tell... Who is using your API? How much they're using it? If they're having success with your API? If they're having trouble? What if you could easily identify

Automate Your Documentation

This is a blog version of a talk I gave last week at ReadMe's conference: API Mixtape Vol. 2. The premise of the talk was how to automate your documentation as much as possible to keep your users happy. The videos will be available on https://apimixtape.com/ later on

Welcome Kanad!

Kanad forms the newly-minted Minnesota branch of the ReadMe team! He just bought a bike and is loving riding around Minneapolis, but he’s less enthused by the whole peddling aspect of it. While biking around MPLS, Kanad is probably listening to Janelle Monáe—his top artist on Spotify for

Updated Publishing Flow in ReadMe

Today we are releasing an improved publishing flow in ReadMe! Now when creating new docs, blog posts, or custom pages they will be unlisted by default. This allows everything to be edited until it’s perfect, without any risk of something being public when it shouldn’t be. Once you
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ReadMe.io Company Life and Culture

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ReadMe.io Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was ReadMe.io founded?

    ReadMe.io was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does ReadMe.io have?

    ReadMe.io has 14 employees.

  • Who are ReadMe.io competitors?

    Competitors of ReadMe.io include New Continuum, REthink and Bizimply.

  • Where is ReadMe.io headquarters?

    ReadMe.io headquarters is located at 855 Front St, San Francisco.

  • Where are ReadMe.io offices?

    ReadMe.io has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does ReadMe.io have?

    ReadMe.io has 1 office.