Wiki software is a collection of organized information. They educate the masses about various topics. Most of the wiki software is open-source and editable by the viewers. Here, let’s discuss the top 10 best wiki software.
1. Tiki WikiTiki Wiki is a software developed by Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware in 2002. The features provided are accessibility, accounting, backlinks, banner, browser compatibility, category, comments, clean URLs, communication center, date & time, debugger console, dynamic content, featured links, groups, image gallery, interoperability, live support, menu, module, payment, profile manager, toolbar, search engine optimization, shadow layers, and theme.
2. MediaWikiMediaWiki is an application developed by Wikimedia Foundation in 2002. The benefits offered are bug tracker, multilingual, multiple device support, communication, support desk, user help, technical manual, code docs, code repository, statistics, translate content, current issues, sandbox, print, import/export, tools, privacy control, and profile manager.
3. DokuWikiDokuWiki is a software developed by Andreas Gohr. The features provided are simple syntax, the embedding of HTML syntax, unlimited page revisions, recent changes, customizable, colored side by side diff support, configuration, section editing, table of contents generation, automatic save, access control, anti-spam measures, spam blacklist, delayed indexing, index-based fast full-text search, easy integration, and templates & plugins.
4. Helpie Wiki Helpie Wiki is an application developed by Helpie WP. The benefits offered are frontend editor, publishing capabilities, revision system, auto-linking, content prioritization & weightage, partial keyword match, blazing-fast live search, dynamic capabilities, password protect topics, logged in status, user role, table of contents, automatic toggle topics, hero-section branding, category listing styles, template layouts, insights, multilingual, and premium support.
5. Confluence Wiki
Confluence Wiki is a software developed by Atlassian in 2004. The features provided are pages, spaces, advanced search, page tree, best-practice templates, Jira integration, real-time editing, commenting, notifications, permissions, home & personalized feed, announcements & blogs, cloud premium, multilingual, and multiple device support.
6. Zim WikiZim Wiki is an application developed by Jaap Karssenberg. The benefits offered are custom tools, conversion scripts, templates, community-driven, multilingual, multi-platform, archiving notes, a weekly journal, reports, privacy control, taking notes during meetings, organization of tasks, drafting blog entries & emails, autosaving, multilingual, and priority customer service.
7. BookStackBookStack is a software developed by a company of the same name. The features provided are page view, page editor, image manager, book view, book overview, multilingual, multiple device compatibility, book sorting, global search, application settings, and profile page.
8. TiddlyWikiTiddlyWiki is an application developed by Jeremy Ruston in 2004. The benefits offered are backups, reporting, templates, file management, personal notebook, multilingual, multiple device support, premium service, user-friendly interface, easy to use, privacy control, data storage, cloud-based, advanced search integrations with other popular products, and free.
9. BloomfireBloomfire is a software developed by a company of the same name in 2010. The features provided are multiple communities, AI-driven search & suggest, auto-tagging content, content reporting & analytics, usage reporting, newsletter, unlimited storage, public content, secondary research integration, user-friendly interface, and premium enterprise support.
10. GuruGuru is an application developed by Guru Technologies Inc. The benefits offered are collections & boards, browser extension, Slack integration, captures, powerful editor, synchronization, smart organization, expert verification, intelligently suggested experts, knowledge alerts, duplicate detection, deep insights, knowledge triggers, suggestions in chat, and collaboration.