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What is a Wiki Space?

A wiki work space is an area inside the Confluence wiki system with:

  • separate page name space
  • separate permission settings
  • possible distinct visual representation / branding

What is a Wiki Space good for?

A wiki space can be support a collaborative project where several users (or just one) collaboratively create a set of pages, accessed by a number of users - who may be able to just read the pages, comment on them, or modify the content as well.

A wiki space can be useful, e.g., in the following scenarios:

  • a collaborative project just among a few researchers
  • a departmental collaboration
  • a student project
  • publishing material for a course (lecturer creates pages, students can read and comment)

How do I get a Wiki Space?

Request the wiki space via the ICTS Helpdesk.

Have the following information ready for the Helpdesk:

  • Wiki short name - a persistent identifier, e.g., LIBRSTAFF.  Only letters and digits allowed.
  • Wiki long name - a descriptive name of the project. Up to one line.
  • Preferred permission settings (see below).

Wiki Space Permissions

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