Hi Backlog users,
I’m sure you’ve come across Wikipedia while searching for information on the Internet.
Well, Backlog Wiki is similar - it’s a place where team members can contribute their knowledge and also learn from it.
And just fyi, Wiki is free in Backlog - yup, it’s available across all Backlog plans, including our ‘Free’ plan.
Example uses of Wiki
- For documentation, e.g. project guidelines, requirements, configurations, troubleshooting guides, etc.
- For meeting logs and minutes.
- For organizing and planning campaigns, e.g. marketing plans, event planning, etc.
- For company information, e.g. contact information, phone numbers, addresses, Wifi access info, etc.
- For communication about company matters, like an intranet page.
It’s up to your imagination how you want to use Wiki, because it’s a flexible platform for information sharing.
- Wiki allows everyone in the team to share information for the common good. It allows access to information and anyone can look up the information when they need it.
- Wiki pages can be tagged. You can categorise content, and retrieve relevant content conveniently.
- You don’t need special software to write or edit Wiki documents, just use your browser to easily create a Wiki page and write information to it.
- When a Wiki page is updated, other members can be alerted by email notifications.
- It allows you to add files, images, and links - you can link to other Wiki pages, issues, diagrams from Cacoo, or link to other webpages on the Internet.
- Wiki has history control. You can create different versions of the same document and view/compare to see what’s been added or deleted, or restore older versions.
If you are interested to learn more about Wiki in Backlog, you can check out our Wiki support page.
Also, join in our discussions here by sharing with us how you’re using Wiki in your organization.
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