Creating wiki pages in sharepoint is an easy process that doesn’t require any coding skills. All you need is a working knowledge of SharePoint and a willingness to follow some simple guidelines.
1. Create a wiki page library
To start, you need to create a new wiki page library. This can be done in the home page of a project or by searching for the wiki page library in the site contents list. Then, you need to click on the Create button and enter a name for the library.
2. Set up user roles and permissions for the wiki library
Wiki libraries in SharePoint are designed for collaborative editing. That means that the wiki can be edited by anyone who is logged into the site and has permission to edit. Therefore, it’s important to set up user roles and permissions so that only people who can see the wiki are allowed to edit it.
3. Tag a wiki page with categories and keywords
When you create a wiki page, it’s important to categorize the content so that other users can find it. You can do this by using department names and other tags, like training or culture.
4. Adding a wiki page link
In the editor for a wiki page, you can insert links to other pages that don’t yet exist in the wiki. These placeholder links are useful for inviting others to add content on topics that don’t yet have a page. This way, other wiki users can add new articles on their favorite subjects.
5. Use a page template
A page template in SharePoint is an excellent way to help make your wiki pages easier to create. It ensures that the look and feel of your pages is consistent across all of them.
If you don’t have a page template already, you can create one by clicking the New button on any published page. When you do, you can choose Save as a Template and the template will automatically be saved to the wiki page library.
6. Edit the wiki page
Once you’ve created your page, you can edit it and add your own content. If you want to make a change to the content, such as a quote or image, just click on the edit button and add your changes.
7. Save as a template
When you’ve finished with your changes, you can save them as a template to reuse on future pages. This will save you a lot of time and effort because you won’t have to create each page from scratch.
8. Publish the wiki pages
After you’ve completed your edits, you can publish the wiki pages to the site. If you want to make sure that other users can see the wiki pages, you can add them to your team site so they can easily access the information.
Another way to manage wiki pages is by using the Home Page of a team site. When you create a new page on a team site, it is automatically a wiki page. You can also configure the home page to point to a wiki page library, which will make it easier for other users to access the information.