Fulltextsearch for Wiki
It seems like the wiki content is not searchable with the global search
A wiki you cannot search for entries is useless...
This feature is now on the backlog. I will update you when we have more details to share.
For the past 2 months people have been asking for updates @Suphatra. How are we looking on this feature. It's literally useless until this is updated. I don't even want to start building wikis until I know I can search them.
Andrey Zhdanovich commented
We have no patience, and never had.
Why no update of the feature?
Is it user voice to be heard or just customers talking each other?
What is the status of MS Teams wiki search? This is the only missing feature blocking us to migrate content to this platform.
Any more idea when this might be added?
A must have to start using wiki. Wiki helps organize stuff like evernote with a context here but with no search its dead, as free form text without search is unusable after few days.
We like the idea of the Wiki, but we need to be able to search it so the team can find what has been contributed. If we can't search it, it's not going to meet our needs of sharing "tribal knowledge" of our team.
Hi Suphatra, is there any update on this?
I'm sure the team is busy finishing up external access, but this is the most important feature for my team. I have a current project on hold until the full text search within Wiki/OneNote tab is implemented.
Thanks in advance!
Alex Nassar commented
The search tool needs to provide results from content within wiki saved to the Teams site.
Joshua N commented
Any ETA on when the search might be released? This is a must have feature. I am kicking off a large project and was going to use running the project through teams with the wiki to drive adoption. Not practical without search. Despite other limitations, the lack of search is the only thing preventing me from using Teams.
The idea that it was even introduced without it also casts a lot of doubts into the foresight of the development roadmap, but that's another story.
Joshua N commented
This is a must. Despite other limitations, the lack of search is the only thing preventing my company from adopting Teams Wiki. The idea that it was even introduced without it also casts a lot of doubts into the foresight of the development roadmap, but that's another story.
Hi @Suphatra, How's search in Team Wiki's coming along?
It needs to be searchable like Google. So synonyms are also found. We have added a lot of data in Microsoft teams, but when searching e.g. for Photoinitiator or Photoinitiators as the plural form, it only finds one or the other.
ed hansberry commented
Please make sure Delve can search it too.
subject line says it all.
Oliver Liu commented
+1. Search is a must have feature
Absolutely! :) Upvoted.
Is this currently being reviewed by the Teams Engineers?
@Andi B - Great catch. Thanks for posting. It at least makes the content discoverable in S&C Center
Andi B commented
@Anonymous: I figured out a workaround for Security and Compliance Search (eDiscovery):
The Wiki is stored in Sharepoint. You reach the Wiki if you click “Open in Sharepoint” in the breadcrumb-menu next to your channel name in the upper middle of teams.
From there you are directed to the Sharepoint space for the team. There you need to click “Sites” on the left side menu. You will find one List for each channel in the Recents on the left side. If not, you maybe need to turn over to “Classic view” in the lower left side.
In “Page” element you will find the topic of the Wiki. In “Section” element you will find the content of the Wiki.
To enable this Wiki for Content-Search in compliance (eDiscovery) you need to click “List” in the Ribbon Menu and select List Setting (3rd from right side in ribbon menu).
There you select “List name, description and navigation” and click Yes in Navigation - “Display this list on the Quick Launch?”. Then click Save.
Now you need to wait a moment, the content will be crawled by content search.