wiki linked to onenote
Having wiki in teams and OneNote in Sharepoint makes no sense if they are not linked. And it would make no sense to have all OneNote features in Team's Wiki.
So simply rename Wiki into OneLiteNote and link it to a onenote in the sharepoint website.
It would allow to print the wiki, send it, share it, secure it, even edit it on local onenote app.
And... it would be readable from mobile devices... which is not currently possible.
Brad W commented
While I greatly prefer OneNote to Wiki's I am having a significant issue. When searching from teams you are not able to search the notebooks associated with the teams at the same time, whereas wikis seem to be searchable from Teams searchbar. Anyone have feedback on this or a workaround?
They should just kill off the Teams 'wiki' feature, it's a joke. OneNote does a better job, and the Wiki app in SharePoint is far closer to a 'Wiki'.
That's a nice idea. I'd want the ability to call people out and have updates in the "conversation" tab when changes were made. e.g. @name should call people out in Teams.
Pascal Bellerose commented
By the way, I suggested this because wight now I took notes in wiki and can't access it from my phone and I can't copy it to another app like Word or OneNote in order to make it more executive. I must copy paste each entry manually.