The usage of wikis for collaboration and content sharing has become increasingly popular over the last decade. That content on wikis can be kept up-to-date in a centralized place is a key factor in their popularity. However, producing content using wiki syntax/markup can be challenging, and the option to be able to export the content so that you can, for example, email or read it offline, might not be there. Bamboo’s Wiki Publisher provides a simple and convenient way to import content from Microsoft Word and export one or multiple wiki pages to PDF. And I’m pleased to announce that Wiki Publisher is now available for SharePoint 2013.
Bamboo Wiki Publisher offers:
- New! Now supported on Microsoft Windows SharePoint Foundation 2013 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2013.
- Multiple import/export integration points are available from standard SharePoint menu bars and context menus.
- Import Microsoft Word documents as SharePoint wikis.
- Images from imported Microsoft Word documents are automatically embedded into new wiki pages.
- Export single or multiple wiki pages into a single Adobe PDF format document.
- Automatically add a title page and table of contents to your published PDFs.
- Publishing options that allow you to insert page numbers, date stamps, and control pagination.
- Published wikis can be formatted in portrait or landscape modes with full control over margin sizes to allow for the quick creation of print-ready output.