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  • How do you organise your information?
    Personally I use YNAW (You Need A Wiki), which makes you a wiki using google drive, I know obsidian is also good but it just doesn't jive right for me. Source: 7 months ago
  • Is it Common Practice to use a “Dev Wiki”?
    I personally use google drive, and use to display it as a wiki. Completely free. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking for an oddly specific Wiki service feature. Is there one that does this?
    Is there a wiki that has a sidebar which uses some kind of expandable / collapsable folder structure that makes the taxonomy really clear? Here's an example as used in youneedawiki. I really like how clear and fast it is to see where you are in any particular knowledge branch. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Ask HN: Making the best of GitHub and Google Docs for a new startup
    Trying to nail down what tools we will use as a fully remote team needing to work asynchronously. We will have paid versions of GitHub (Teams) and Google Workspace for email / calendar and docs. I did look at notion, clickup but I honestly think I prefer limiting our spend on an extra tool. What I like about notion is how its got a wiki structure, and this is where G-Docs leaves us short. The performance of... - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • How do YOU collect your notes and thoughts before writing?
    There's an add-on to Google drive called "You Need a Wiki" that lets you build your own Wikipedia out of folders and Google Docs. The ability to add links between sites and documents makes it an excellent way to organise research and notes. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What websites do you use to create a wiki?
    If it's just for you, you can create a wiki in Google Drive with an add-on called "You need a Wiki". I use it for my research and notes, and it works brilliantly. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I found a great Wiki program (and it's free)
    I've been looking for a good and free wiki program for my worlds for a long time. I recently found As it uses Google Docs, all the features of google docs work with the wiki. Source: over 2 years ago
  • App suggestions please
    I can also recommend "You need a wiki" if you use Google Drive, it gives you a Wikipedia style view of your projects. Source: over 2 years ago
  • How should I approach editing as a complete beginner?
    Something like "You need a wiki", an app that lets you organize files in Google drive in a comprehensive fashion is a great time saver. Link. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Writing software for long form fiction?
    There's an app called "You need a wiki" that allows you to build your own wiki-structure in Google drive using folders and docs. It makes organizing chapters and research a much more pleasant experience. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Any good online tools to outline a novel / hold your hand a little?
    I recently found it's an app that let's you build your own wiki-structure using Google drive folders and Google docs as pages. Very useful to organise your project. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Show HN: I made a blog that serves posts from my Google Docs
    If you're interested in a wiki which works in a similar way then take a lot at - Source: Hacker News / about 3 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of You Need A Wiki

11 Top Confluence Alternatives & Competitors For Team Collaboration
With YNAW, anyone with access to your Google Docs can edit or update your wiki-style website in seconds. The process of inviting anyone to your wiki is similar to inviting a user to a shared file or folder on Google Drive.
The 11 Best Slite Alternatives in 2022- Free Tools Included!
That’s what makes YNAW a worthy Slite alternative. Users can create private team wikis, link to other documents, create a table of contents, create nested tree menus, and more.

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