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    Twiki Alternatives

    Twiki is described as 'TWiki is leading open source enterprise wiki and Web 2.0 application platform used by 50,000 small businesses, many Fortune 500 companies, and millions of people' and is an app in the Business & Commerce category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Twiki for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Mac, Windows, Linux and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is Notion, which is free. Other great apps like Twiki are TiddlyWiki (Free, Open Source), BookStack (Free, Open Source), MediaWiki (Free, Open Source) and Nuclino (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Jan 14, 2022

    1. In a modern world you have plenty of choices and limited time. Why choose Fibery? There are three main reasons that may resonate with you: 1.
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    2. SlimWiki is an easy to use knowledge sharing platform for teams. With a beautifully simple editing experience, including easy management of images, videos and attachments, your team will be able to quickly share knowledge like never before.


    3. Self-hosted note-taking app stored on S3. Notea is a privacy-first, open-source note-taking application. It supports Markdown syntax, sharing, responsive and more. Why you’ll love Notea Self-hosted
    4. A simple wiki built for teams.
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    5. Dokit makes your documentation accessible in just a few clicks on all media (PC, mobile, machines) and integrates with your existing systems (CMMS, PLM, LMS). Easily adapt the platform design to your graphics. Enable single sign-on to make it easier for your users to log in.
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    6. WackoWiki is a light and easy to install multilingual Wiki-engine. Supports WYTIWYG-editing, page rights (ACLs), page comments, file uploads, email notification, design themes (skins) and much more. Compatible with PHP 7.3 - 8.1 and MariaDB / MySQL.
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      Almost everyone thinks WackoWiki is a great alternative to Twiki.
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      Instiki is a basic Wiki clone so pretty and easy to set up, you’ll wonder if it’s really a Wiki. Runs on Rails and focuses on portability and stability, Supports file uploads, LaTeX export, RSS feeds, S5 slideshows, multiple users and password protection.
    7. Doit is the new and easy way to get organised. Take notes, manage projects, share ideas, and collaborate - all in one place.
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    8. BlueSpice is your tool for documentation and centrally collecting and sharing knowledge. BlueSpice turns Wikipedia’s popular software engine MediaWiki into a fully-fledged EnterpriseWiki solution.
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    9. Foswiki is the free and open source enterprise collaboration platform.
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