What Does WIKI Mean in Microsoft Teams?

In Microsoft Teams, the WIKI tab is a smart-text editor that serves as a means of communicating within a channel. In a Teams WIKI, users can draft, edit and chat all in one place. The Microsoft Teams WIKI is essentially a small-scale version of a traditional WIKI.

The WIKI feature was added to Teams in 2017. It has to be activated using the "Add a Tab" button in a channel.

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Summary of Key Points

"Smart-Text Editor" is the most common definition for WIKI on Microsoft Teams. Here is some more information about WIKI (TEAMS):
Definition:Smart-Text Editor (Microsoft Teams)
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Example of WIKI (TEAMS) Used in a Text


See Also

BANNER (TEAMS) (On-Screen Notifications (Microsoft Teams)) CHANNEL (TEAMS) (Focused Discussion (Microsoft Teams)) CHECK-IN (TEAMS) (Unlock a File for Editing (Microsoft Teams)) CHECK-OUT (TEAMS) (Lock a File for Editing (Microsoft Teams)) DEPARTMENT USE (TEAMS) (Private Team (Microsoft Teams)) GROUP CHAT (TEAMS) (Chat Between More Than Two Team Members (Microsoft Teams)) GUEST (TEAMS) (External Participant in a Team (Microsoft Teams)) PRIVATE CHAT (TEAMS) (Conversation Visible Only to Members Involved (Microsoft Teams)) PROJECT USE (TEAMS) (Broad-Based Team (Microsoft Teams)) RED DOT ICON (TEAMS) (Status Alert Icon (Microsoft Teams)) TEAM MEMBER (TEAMS) (Participant in a Team (Microsoft Teams)) TEAM OWNER (TEAMS) (Team Member With Enhanced Privileges (Microsoft Teams)) TOFT (Take One For The Team) WIKI (Collaborative Publication)