Increase collaboration between team members using wiki pages for projects. Everybody collaborates using their strengths, improving ideas, coming up with better ones instead of getting stuck. Knowledge is shared so you can make extraordinary things happen with your projects.

Team collaboration
Team collaboration

Every team member works together as one powerful mind editing and adding more information for important project subjects and topics that help you move closer to your end goal.

Evolution of ideas
Evolution of ideas

You bring life to your ideas evolving to more comprehensive solutions, so your team can work together faster and better in your project’s workflow.

Knowledge sharing
Knowledge sharing

Start putting words that can turn into collective project wisdom inside wiki pages, allowing you to explore all your team’s knowledge to apply them in each part of your projects.

Use GitScrum Wiki as your go-to place for collaborative knowledge and content

Creative and Collaborative Ideas that come to life, from words to action inside your project’s workflow using GitScrum Wiki. More excellent results are coming your way once you do that.

Share, connect and work on valuable ideas in one place

GitScrum Wiki pages make idea-sharing an easy task, allowing better collaboration and connection between these ideas that can turn into a common practice among your team and excellent long-term results.

Work on collaborative content, ensuring every team member is on the same page to move your projects for completion with efficiency.

Facilitate communication between team ideas and don’t miss anything important to move you closer to your project goals every day.

White Label + Unlimited Users

Add unlimited users (clients and teammates) to manage your projects and track progress.

GitScrum Wiki is integrated with project
Access your GitScrum Wiki directly from your Project Boards and start sharing knowledge with your team every step of the way of your workflow.
From GitScrum Wiki ideas to tasks
Create more tasks to deliver great products for your user based on the Wiki collaborative content you create with your team.
Wiki guides you to better results
Be more apparent where you’re going with your projects using Wiki, collaborating with your team, and reach.
Why is Wiki important for my projects?
Wiki is simple web pages you can use for collaborative work with your team inside GitScrum Project management Tool, allowing you to collect all the team ideas relevant for the project and eventually move these ideas for action and get more things done in your projects.
How can I use the wiki?
You can use the wiki for content management within your organization and for the knowledge base for your team, where every team member can share valuable information based on the project. It’s an excellent opportunity to develop collaboration among team members through their expertise on topics you want to discuss with them.
Is there people’s limit to collaborate inside Wiki on GitScrum?
GitScrum Business License covers unlimited users, so you can add all your team members to work on project boards and keep track of the work.
How to use Wiki on GitScrum?
You can enable Wiki for your project boards and start working on Wiki simultaneously with your team right after. Start sharing your ideas for the project and see evolving once other people from your team start adding and sharing more information for the original idea, changing that for something bigger and better.
How to share my Wiki pages with my team?
Once you start your first wiki to collaborate with your team from the project board, all the team members you add for tasks can access your wiki pages. Or you just share the link with the team members or clients.
Is GitScrum Wiki public or private?
Only you and the team added for your project have access to your Wiki to collaborate only with the “insiders” of your organization.