Wiki is one of the most underrated web 2.0 technologies around. Everybody talks about blogs and social networking websites. But people forget how transformational Wikipedia has been. Wikis are great for organizing information and access them more effectively, especially if you are dealing with a great deal of data. Thanks to MyWiki, you can now take advantage of the power of Wiki to organize your information and get your projects done more effectively.
There are various ways you can use a Wiki to organize your information. Whether it’s managing your projects or doing research for your college thesis, MyWiki can come in handy. The app makes it easy to add data, photos, and links. You can also create topic associations by linking your articles together. The interface is very intuitive and flexible. So you can customize the look and feel of your paragraphs and add multimedia files to your work easily.
I like the fact that you don’t need to have access to Internet connection to take advantage of this app. It also comes with a powerful search that enables you to find what you are looking for fast. Best of all, when you are done with your articles, you can export them into a mini HTML website. Great way to take your articles online fast. All in all, a solid app all around for organizing information and getting research done more effectively on the go.
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