Core wiki features to support users, editors and administrators.
Search articles and file attachments (e.g. PDF files and Office documents) with a high-performance full text and title search as well as a fuzzy search. Filtering the search results delivers fast and reliable results. You can also find your content by searching and browsing the meta data.
Content structuring | Link and organize knowledge like in Wikipedia
Whether classically structured or highly dynamic: BlueSpice is the software of choice to optimally manage your company knowledge. Work with exactly the tools that have made Wikipedia unbeatable: Categories, references and links, rooms for protected content, redirects, templates and much more.
Visual editor | Create and edit appealing articles
Use a sophisticated WYSIWYG editor with numerous formatting options for texts and tables (headings, font styles, colors, etc.). Insert images quickly and easily using “drag & drop”. Working with links and categories is as convenient as inserting tags and checkboxes.
Rich Articles | Enrich articles with attractive content
Expand pages with dynamic content and visualizations such as videos, process diagrams (drawio), image maps or semantic data. Use widgets to integrate podcasts, presentations or Google Maps. Via APIs you can integrate external content such as a Lotus Notes database or SharePoint document lists.
Document management | Direct access to Office documents
Supplement wiki articles with Word, Excel or PDF documents, for example – including multiple uploads, categorization, versioning and access restriction. With the appropriate server configuration, Office documents can be sorted and edited directly in the wiki. This is convenient, time-saving and improves productivity.
Data analysis | Linking and reading out metadata
BlueSpice supports the handling of metadata like no other Wiki. Enrich articles with further information such as diagrams, queries or timelines and display metadata such as the publication date, the date of the last editing or information about the author on the corresponding wiki page.