Wiki - better text editor
wiki extension should be have more effective editor tools, as text alignment, table, ecc.... Just now is very poor editor
Wiki now supports text markdown and styling from the toolbar! We are continually improving our compose experience in Wiki, look out for new improvements coming soon!
Diego Moreira Vieira commented
Need more features equal Confluence!!!
Akshay Harshe commented
I like to use and take lot of my note in OneNote whenever they are final I will try to put them in the wiki. But when I paste them to Wiki they are Just HORRENDOUS and I do not have paste options other than keep the same format or paste as a plain text. Why on earth it gets pasted in a completely different font if the Wiki should support something like Markdown? Why does it retains colors? It is a nightmare to format Pasted text from OneNote Especially when you have already formatted it with Headings 1,2,3 or has like a table.
It is taking lot of time to transfer and reformat everything. I do not want to use Wikis as a scratch place since they are not private.
make the "wiki" more like a wiki
Sometimes after pasting in data, pieces of text become impossible to select/edit/delete. IT would be really helpful if it was possible to paste in plain text data or clear all formatting. It seems that the editor is going for simple uniformity, but it's difficult to actually achieve that with so few options to clean up pasted info or work with different header options.
Tom Sikes commented
I don't see where it supports true MD.
Lars Bo Wassini commented
It is still not very good a pasting text from other sources: E.g. the text size can not be changed.
Olli-Pekka Isola commented
Some of the markdown (bold, italics, lists, blockquote, code, links) seems to work, some others don't (headings, horizontal rules, tables).
Phil Massyn commented
Confluence has much better support. Microsoft can learn a thing or two from Atlassian.
Paul Wittig commented
Why don't you guys do it exactly like you do on the recent TFS Wiki functionality: wiki editable via. browser for the non-tech people with wysiwyg, but markdown & git behind the scenes, so the "nerds" can edit in the preferred md-compatible program (like VS Code), commit, push and done! Super flexibility, everyone is happy. Scalable, future-proof solution!
Phil Spokas commented
+1 on @Bert's comment: we don't need another wyswyg editor, what we'd like is an actual wiki, ideally, leveraging the power of the CMS backing it.
- Create new topics/pages simply by adding a link to them
- get rid of the .mhtml format
- … other "ideas"
these are not "ideas", they're obvious product must haves if indeed this is a "wiki".
Why is it called a Wiki?
It doesn't even support creating Wiki links [[new topic]] :/
We don' need another WYSYWYG editor, or at least provide a Markup Editing mode.
More formating options would be great like center images (aligning options), support for Attachments in general etc...
Martin Bjørn commented
I would say the text editing should function more like OneNote for a start. And I think editable objects from excel and word are missed.
I also require table functionality. Tables need to have headers that remain visible as the page is scrolled, and columns should be sort-able.
David G. commented
Why not just use a Word document? Am I missing something? especially since the Wiki cannot be opened on mobile devices.
Chris Garrett commented
or copying a selection of cells from excel
or copying tables from word/onenote in an editable state, instead of an image block.
Alan Johnson commented
We need the text editor to function in a similar way to that of Evernote's browser-based app.
Mark M commented
Also agree the need for adding and working with Tables
Gal Ben-Yair commented
It should have at least similar capabilities to what Confluence can provide (which is a lot).
Wouldn't simply linking word functionality into the wiki give you 99% of the capabilities required?
Yes, the ability to add tables, text alignment, insert images better.