Wikis are great tools to share and collaborate, but many of the wiki services are far from user-friendly, and sometimes you don’t want to share your wiki with everyone. If only there was a wiki tool that could create pages using the awesome Markdown language, and store the documents in Dropbox for safe keeping. Luckily, a new tool called WikiPack can do just that, and then some.
WikiPack uses Markdown and WikiWords to create a private wiki that is stored and accessed from your Dropbox account. The easy to use and powerful Markdown language lets you easily create and edit your pages without knowing any strange wiki syntax.
Because the wiki that you create in WikiPack is private, you can type personal todo lists and notes to yourself. It’s a great way to stay organized and on-top of your todos, in addition to being a starting place for documents. And, because WikiPack works in the browser, you can use it with your mobile devices and tablets as well.
What about you? Do you use a wiki solution for keeping reminders and notes? Let us know in the comments below.Return to Top