A wiki is a collaborative site for teams to write and share documents, plan projects, and check in asynchronously. Most importantly, it's a space to learn from each other through knowledge sharing. From basics to best practices, we'll guide you to create your company's first and best wiki. Here's a peek at what you'll learn:
From its Hawaiian origins, to Wikipedia, to today's advanced software, wikis have been around for a while. This article focuses on the uses, benefits, and applications of wikis, in life and business.
Let's look at the different types of team wikis and start to build a strategy. Before you create your wiki, the first question to ask is: who are you writing for? And how will that change as your team grows?
When it comes to wiki software and tools, there's a right fit for every team. This article breaks down 7 of the most popular wiki software tools on the market, from Confluence to Slite. We'd be lying if we said we didn't have a favorite.
Let's get practical. Here we break down 5 basic steps for creating a company wiki. From identifying key contributors, to writing an outline, you'll learn how to set up your wiki for success at scale.
How do you bring everyone on board and make a wiki a part of daily workflow? Great design. In this article we focus on knowledge design best practices so that your wiki looks great, is fun to use, and meets your productivity goals.
While the best way to learn how to create a wiki is to try it out yourself, it's always helpful to see effective examples from teams who have done it before. In this article, we feature some handbooks and documents from our own Slite to inspire you as your wiki grows.