The team has not made a decision on whether to move forward with this feature. We will update when we have new status to share.Daniel Caballero supported this idea ·
An error occurred while saving the commentDaniel Caballero commented
It is surprising that this is issue has been under review longer than a year and a half. As @Liam has pointed out, not having embedded video means that the audience etiher:
- Completely disengages from the content the Wiki is trying to show them.
- Search for the video on the tabs or link and loose track of what they were doing initially, effectively disengaging them again.
Either way, not having embedded videos defeats the purpose of the wiki to contain all data in a single place and engage the audience.
- Tutorial pages for explanation of processes, where a video is much more useful that having dozens of screenshots. The text part is still needed to provide context and a cohesive presentation. I.e.: Wiki for HR related activities in a company, such as how to book holidays, fill in your performance review and so.