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[edit] Project Wiki

The wiki module for any Project lists all wiki entries that are related to the specific project. This page on the wiki incorporates all functions of any wiki page that includes the following:

  • Editing Basics
  • Text Formatting
  • Organizing the writing
  • Links
  • Preview
  • Adding Images
  • Templates

[edit] Wiki Collaboration

Project.net’s wiki captures the evolving shared vision of your project and clearly communicates the project’s goals to distributed team members. The wiki allows the team to organize and edit easily all the critical documents and project plans in one central repository. Your project will stay on track, and no time will be wasted searching for important information. With wiki, your team can:

  • Document project specifications
  • Create an internal knowledge base
  • Share ideas
  • Foster collaboration
  • Keep project notes
  • Easily update and revise information
  • Track project history

[edit] Wiki for Tasks and Projects

In Project.net all modules have its own wiki page. These pages are primarily used to capture descriptions, details and specifications of the associated projects, tasks and form items.

Every project includes a wiki main page that is accessible by all the members of the project. This page may contain all information relating to the project, such as description or charter. Most likely, it contains links to existing and new pages, serving as a portal into the project's information.

Working with wiki pages is easy - in edit-mode users can add text and images; Simple mark-up commands control text formatting, like bold text or numbered lists. New pages are added simply by inserting a page link - if the linked page does not exist it will be created.

For more information on working with the wiki, refer Working with wiki.

[edit] More Help

[edit] Project.net User Guide

[edit] On-line Help

[edit] Project.net FAQ

[edit] Project.net User Forum


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