Module/system to generate a wiki page for a project.
Would be awesome if admins/projectmanagers have the option to mark wiki/documentation pages as required reading, which will then appear on the users dashboard until they mark it as read. And if it's getting updated, the users will receive a notification.
Hello Clickup Team, can you share some progress on this one ? What is your overall idea of the implementation ?
Seconding the motion here! Team has been asking to use a new wiki product and would love to know more about what you guys have in mind to give them a more concrete idea.
If this was done right could totally see this replacing Todoist, Asana, Evernote, Trello, Notion.... and truly be a one stop shop.
+1 for integration with Slab (thanks for the introduction, @Bruce Cannon).
A way to view notes for a general, spaces, projects or lists.
Somehow I suspect that both this and the mind map feature will be based as another views on things next to board, list, timeline. Or we will be surprised :-) Either way, I would use both of these to get all my productive needs in a single spot (single user here).
It would be a much-wanted addition
I like the idea of associating notes with specific spaces, projects, and lists. I'd also like to see discussion comments separate from email comments. organize the text with all hierarchy levels
I hope that the result is a real wiki! But I suspect it's too expensive to build something like that.
It's more likely to be a simple expansion of the notepad feature, without the mission-critical components of a real wiki such as page tree, automatic in-page table of contents, automatic page linking, page permissions, import-export, real-time collaboration.
I which case I think Clickup devs could spend less and achieve more, by building integrations with focused wiki products like Slab (my current favorite), Slite, Quip, Nuclino, Coda, Notion.
I just noticed Clickup and Slite appear to be working on something! I connected the integration but can't figure out how to see Clickup views in Slite. Hoping eventually to be able to view tasks, lists, boards, roadmaps, portfolios on documentation pages in one of these easy to use but powerful wikis. I also asked Slab and Notion...
If anybody use Podio as me knows how important feature is to have one place where you can store all the information. In Podio there are custom apps with any fields when you can store every important stuff.
I use Notion but would love to just have everything in Clickup
It would be awesome if the quick to do items can be created throughout the document with the assignee and due date options at disposal and if all those to do's could be added to a default list. That would be a killer.
Would ditch Confluence (and Notion to some degree) right away!
This would be really beneficial. we are just putting some project specific steps and data logins in a single completed task.
would love to know if there's better way to do it with current system.
@Zeb a question you might have heard before: Does this also form part of the anticipated Clickup 2.0 ?
I would like to see similar functionality to Atlassian Confluence with the main features I'm looking for as these two:
- ability to embed basics of tasks, which you already have in the task descriptions currently
- add a table, which is a great way to run meetings and sum up information
It would be great to be able to file these docs as well. From my point of view, a lot of the other stuff that Confluence has is useless. So if you guys could just get a simple documentation tool, allowing embedded reference to tasks and tables, I would be fully happy with that solution
As a quick note for the Wiki Feature. What would truly be AWESOME is to have a deep integration between the documentation and the tasks & lists & Goals.
For instance a common use case for us:
* Product Design:
- Specify a product feature
- Split it into tasks
In the Wiki Page for a specific design, I should be able to create / link tasks that will be listed there. It should looks like confluence way of doing it. That way when a task is success, it would display as DONE in the specification document automatically. Same thing here when doing weekly meeting with customers that would automatically keep tracks of current actions.
@Alexandre Grais: This is similar to what I'd like to see, well put
@Alexandre Grais: yeah agree as well
Oh snap, in progress!!!
@Marcio Souza: Game changer if they can pull this off.
I have confidence in you guys!
If this feature is not in the scope of Clickup, what would be the best tool for doc & specs management that one could use with Clickup ?
At the moment, there are no solutions on the market which has a nice experience both in term of task management and doc management. maybe if the API V2 allows deeper manipulation of clickup data it will be possible to integrate with tools like Coda or Airtable
@Alexandre Grais: As this feature was not realized, we had to use Notion for documentation. You can write documentation using markdown and you can use it for management.
@Alexandre Grais: We are also using notion for this
Currently using a competitor for Task/Proj Mgmt, and Confluence for Wiki / Documentation. Would love something that combines both, and it'd make it very easy for me to get the entire team to switch from current PM --and-- Confluence into ClickUp, since it'd be a single tool.
For you guys, it'd also be a strong differentiator, since no Task/Proj Tool has strong Wiki features, and Confluence is garbage (yet widely popular as a Wiki because there aren't many good competitiors in that space). Please build this! Could be relatively simple... wouldn't need many bells and whistles, and would already be amazing.
PS- Notion.so does Documentation well. But they're far inferior to ClickUp at Task/Project Management.
@Marcio Souza: Completely agree here
@Marcio Souza: My situation exactly. Clickup V2 Hopefully in weeks not months!
I wonder if a feature like this would make ClickUp viable as a place for SOP's and process documents? I'm hesitant to ask too strongly for this kind of feature, as it might be outside of what ClickUp is trying to do. But it could be cool.
Right now I'm still keeping SOPs in Notion, but there's currently not a way to put Notion links in CU and have them open in the desktop app. (this is Notion's problem, not CU's)
@Thomas Frank: I'm looking for a good way to put SOPs into Clickup myself. I'm currently testing to set up each SOP as a task, set a status (current, needs updating, in review etc) and then put the description into the description field. I can also directly link to other SOPs tasks (and can even see their status right there in the description). I can then add either subtasks or checklists to this SOP and possibly copy the task when I need it.
I agree some notes are not tasks. We need a section to place notes by dates.
Yes please! Really looking forward to see this
Yeah would be great to have a wiki kinda like GitHub does for a repo to explain the project space. I know clickup has something like it now but it's not as visible and available.
From support ticket: I know that this feature is rather expensive in development, so maybe at least text editor with markup and of course markup renderer? This would solve the problem as the ticket could be used as a page, but it needs a nice renderer so full markup implementation with some full screen for ticket's description would be enough
I'm currently hacking a wiki creating a task list named "WIKI". Not the best but it works :S
If wiki/doc pages are too broad, maybe an integration with existing solution like confluence would be much easier?
Sorry, I didn't see that other people already mentioned it.
So maybe a better text editor and renderer (markup language) would solve the problem?
Agreed. This would be really helpful.
This. Would. Be. AMAZING. Here are some screenshots of references (Clickup's FAQ)
Something like Confluence. A wiki with deep G-Drive integration. On the pages you are able to simply link (and see) the tasks connected to the documentation. Like Confluence in combination with Jira but better :)
Yes! In Asana and Trello, you can pin cards to another column, but since columns are statuses in Clickup, it's a really awkward note that skews progress. Notes are available on the List level but not on Project level so a wiki would be great! It helps me build short tutorials for my clients on how to use Kanban if this is the first time they've ever used it.
With ability to reference tasks, tags, or projects it would be super-feature. I like how gitlab did it https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/markdown.html#special-gitlab-references
Yes, having a knowledge-base right where you are doing work could be incredibly useful!
One thing I really loved about Redmine as compared to Asana and Jira is that it had the Wiki within the product itself. Being able to create a Wiki at any level in the hierarchy (Team, Space, Project, List) would be really fantastic so that you can document the Processes / Procedures in the same tool and place as actually managing them.
Add the possibility of adding project documentation, Wiki
At a per project level - I'm looking for a space to document information about the project as well as a place to attach general files (files "global" to the project, not just a task). Microsoft VSTS has a nice implementation of this; it's not great, but as a general example of the idea.
@Aaron Lease: That would be a great add on + versioning as well
@Benoit I get where you're coming from here. Even though this isn't on our immediate roadmap, it sounds like a great feature addition to ClickUp!
I think rather of a wiki system to make technical documentation on a project.
There is also a request for descriptions. Is this request different than that one : https://clickup.canny.io/feature-requests/p/space-project-list-descriptions