What Does WIKI Mean?

WIKI means "Collaborative Publication."

A WIKI is a publication which is collaboratively edited by its own audience using a web browser. A WIKI may be open to the public, or limited to use within a group or organization. Anyone who has access to a WIKI may edit, delete or modify content that has been placed on the site, including the work of previous authors. The most famous example of a WIKI is the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia.

WIKI is Hawaiian word which means "fast" or "quick." It is widely believed that WIKI was first used to refer to a collaborative publication by Ward Cunningham, a computer programme who, in 1995, created collaborative software that he called WikiWikiWeb.

Summary of Key Points

"Collaborative Publication" is the most common definition for WIKI on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Collaborative Publication
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Example of WIKI 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 (TEAMS) (Smart-Text Editor (Microsoft Teams))