Our WordPress based wiki system is specifically adapted and built to integrate all your FlowShare guides.
This makes them easily accessible to your entire team, and displays them in a categorized and easy to find manner.
Plus, we provide easy ways to give feedback and update your flows – you can download them directly from your Flow Wiki account, open them in FlowShare, do the changes you need and re-upload them. They will automatically replace the old guide.
We optimized WordPress Plugins and features to build an easy to navigate but powerful wiki tool that can be used internally or externally.
Categories make it easy for you to find the guide you need, when you need it. You can add as many as you like and feature the most important ones on the front page.
Never have to look for a .flow guide again – Every process that is uploaded includes the FlowShare source file. you can download them directly from your Wiki account, open them in FlowShare, do the changes you need and re-upload them. They will automatically replace the old process documentation.
Get your most important categories on the front page.
Let all your processes be easily accessible via a prominent search bar on the front page.
Your peers can rate the uploaded process, if something's missing you can adjust and improve!
Just start typing a keyword in the search and get the results you have been looking for - don't just search in the name but scan the entire content.
You can upload all your captured processes directly into your Wiki - FlowShare is connected with it. It pushes the process and all the meta information - author, application.
WordPress makes it easy to see any changes made in a published process - you can see who changed what and when and also go back.
You decide if your Wiki is private or public, you can define several user roles and determine who is allowed to do what.
Your colors, your fonts, your logo - the Wiki is made to fit your brand.
The FlowShare Wiki is the perfect solution for teams who need to manage and share information efficiently.
The price is calculated from 2 components: a one time setup fee which depends on your requirements and a flat hosting and support fee.
Custom setup fee
99 € /month
The FlowShare Wiki is based on the Divi theme with may customizations (Divi child theme) and custom plugins.
Yes, however, you need to be willing to invest the time to get to know this content management system. That’s why training is included. Our hosting package also includes updates and support.
Yes. The database can of course be enriched with all other possible content. FlowShare is not the only way. You can create posts manually as well.
The end user always sees only the latest version of the article in the frontend. The changes can be tracked via revisions in the admin dashboard. Each process recorded with FlowShare and published on WordPress has its own distinctive ID, so when the process is updated – and uploaded again – it doesn’t create a new post, but overwrites an old one.
The normal WordPress tagging function can be used, plus FlowShare can automatically create tags for the applied programs on request.
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