General Questions

    SimpleWiki Pages is an add-on for JIRA that adds the ability to create simple pages directly within JIRA, making it ideal for storing project requiremenents, documentation, meeting notes, contact lists for your team, and other important information.

    Pages can have files attached, and images embedded, and have commenting enabled, allowing you to move some of your discussions from JIRA issues to dedicated pages that live on for longer.
    Projects typically accumulate a wealth of documents. From workflow documentation, to roadmaps, to shared credentials. All of these need to go somewhere. So, why not put them where your team has to go already, right in Jira. This way users that need them can easily get to them without having to remember yet another url, or manage the separation between project docs and JIRA issues.

    Simple Wiki allows you to do all of that, without the need to add another server for confluence, or manage another tool somewhere else.

    As an added bonus, SimpleWiki integrates with JIRA, and thus you can easily mention users, link to Issues, and so forth.
    The SimpleWiki plugin creates a new "Wiki" section within JIRA, that can be seen from the main JIRA header. This is where all your SimpleWiki pages live.

    It also adds a new shortcut that allows you to easily mention wiki pages from JIRA issues. Just type # and begin typing the name of a page, and similar to mentioning users, you'll see a list of pages to link to.
    Additionally, SimpleWiki provides several new Dashboard widgets that allow you to put a list of pages on a JIRA dashboard, or show the contents of a single page. Ideal for a custom welcome page with lots of details and links.
    The plugin maintains a separate set of tables in the JIRA Database. All the wiki content is stored there, and thus automatically part of your backup strategy if you backup the JIRA database.
    (you do have a backup strategy, right??).

    File attachments for wiki pages are stored in a separate wiki folder within the JIRA home folder on your server.
    Not at all.

    With the Atlassian Marketplace, you can install the add-on from inside of your JIRA server using your browser. You don't have to go to the server command line to copy files or configure XML files or anything like that.
    For more detailed steps, take a look at our documentation
    SimpleWiki doesn't use any special markup language besides what ships natively with JIRA itself. Authoring wiki pages within SimpleWiki is exactly like writing descriptions and comments for JIRA Issues. You simply use the same tags as you normally would.

    For a guide on authoring pages, and some of the formatting options, take a look at our Documentation
    It is a safe and well tested plugin.

    We test this on large JIRA instances with over 30,000 Issues, and hundreds of pages per project.

    We have also been using it ourselves to keep track of our internal documentation, test cases, and other important documents.
    Buy the Simple Tasklists Plugin on the Atlassian Marketplace using your Atlassian account -- the same place where you manage your JIRA license today.

    Click here for a 30 day trial of the SimpleWiki Plugin.

    Click here to buy the SimpleWiki Plugin.

    Atlassian Marketplace accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express.
    You may also pay with bank transfer or mailed check.
    If you can think of a feature you would like to see in SimpleWiki, don't hesitate to email us at support@tss.io, and let us know about it.

    We are always looking for ways to improve our plugins, and the best way to do that is with your input.

    The SimpleWiki Plugin for JIRA add-on contains some code that covers this license:

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