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Hackpad is a web-based collaborative real-time text editor forked from Etherpad.[1]


It was used as the company wikis by multiple prominent startups of the 2010s, such as Airbnb, Stripe, and Upworthy.[2]

In April 2014, Hackpad was acquired by Dropbox.[3][4] In April 2015, it was announced that Hackpad would be released as open source[5] and source code was published on GitHub in August 2015,[6] under the Apache license 2.0.[7] On April 25, 2017, Dropbox announced that it would shut down on July 19, 2017, with users being permanently migrated to Dropbox Paper.[8]

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