Using the Kipwise Page Editor

Attach a file to a Kipwise Page

1. Simply click the + sign at the beginning of a paragraph to insert a file block 2. Select the file you would like to insert 

Last updated: 4 months ago

Embed a video on a Kipwise Page

You can embed a video on a Kipwise Page so you can view the video directly on Kipwise.  Click on the + sign icon at the beginning on a paragraph  Select  Video Paste the video link*   * We support most of the well-known players including YouTube, Vimeo, Ooyala, Wistia, Brightcove, Kaltura, Dailymotion, JWPlayer, Ooyala, etc. If there is a certain video platform that you are using but we don't support yet, drop us a message using the chat icon at the bottom right :)  4. If you would like to view the video in its original location or remove the video, hover over the top right corner and you will see the option. Special note about embedding private videos from Google Drive  If you want to embed private videos from Google Drive (i.e. the permission is not set to "viewable by anyone with the link), then you must enable our  Google Drive Integration  first to embed these videos. 

Last updated: 4 months ago

Embed Google Drive files on a Kipwise Page

You can easily embed a Google Drive file (e.g. Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings) on a Kipwise Page so you can preview and edit the content directly on Kipwise.  Don't worry, only the people who have access to the original Google Drive file can view or edit.  Click on the + sign icon at the beginning on a paragraph  Select  Google Drive Paste the Google Docs link. Don't want to manually paste the link?  Integrate Kipwise with your Google Drive  so you can directly search by keywords.  If you would like to access the file in Google Drive or remove it, hover over the top right corner and you will see the option    Special note about embedding private videos from Google Drive  If you want to embed private videos (i.e. the permission is not set to "viewable by anyone with the link), then you must enable our  Google Drive Integration  first to embed these videos. 

Last updated: 3 months ago

Insert code block on a Kipwise Page

Simply click the + sign at the beginning of a paragraph to insert a code block You can also save a Slack message that contains code blocks to Kipwise easily using our Save to Kipwise Slack Action . 

Last updated: 3 months ago

Overview of the Kipwise online editor

1. Real-time collaboration The Kipwise online editor allows real-time collaboration so your team can edit the same wiki doc at the same time.  2. Move to a different folder  3. Draft vs Published mode  When you create a new page, it is in  draft  mode by default (so it will be only viewable by you). If you want to collaborate with other teammates on the draft, you can copy the link of your draft and share with them.  As you type, everything will be  autosaved .  Once you finished editing, simply change the status to  published  so the page will be accessible by other teammates who have access right to the top folder that this article belongs to.  4. Formatting options  Simply highlight some text and the formatting toolbar will appear so you can format the text, add links, add bullet / numbered lists, etc.  5. Insert / embed items Simply click the "+" sign at the beginning of each paragraph to insert image, file, Google Drive file, Table, Quote, etc.  6. Mention another Page  Sometimes it can be useful to reference another Page inside Kipwise.  To do this, simply  type @ then followed by your search terms  and you can insert the selected Page inline. 

Last updated: 2 months ago

Templates

You can create document templates for tasks or processes that you perform repeatedly to save time. It is also a great way to ensure your teammates follow a defined format in capturing information. ## Create or edit templates 1\. Go to the section Templates located in the sidebar. 2\. By default, we have pre-generated some sample templates here to help you get started. You can delete or modify these templates to fit your needs. ## How to create a new Page from a template When you created a new page, there is a prompt for you to either just type something to create a Page from scratch or to create a new Page from your existing templates. Simply search for the template that you want to use and click Use this template.

Last updated: 20 days ago

Version History

If your plan supports version history, you can view the version history of a Kipwise Page by clicking on the clock icon above the Page title. To revert to a previous version, simply select the desired version in the left sidebar and click "Revert to this version". When versions are created? Versions are created in the following situation: When someone made some editing to the Page and paused for 10 seconds or more

Last updated: 3 months ago

Embed a PDF file to preview it directly on a Kipwise Page

1. Simply click the + sign at the beginning of a paragraph to insert a file block 2. Select the PDF file you would like to embed 3. The PDF will be in an embedded format by default, if you want to change it back to the attachment format so it won't show a preview and will take up less space on the page, use the toggle at the top right corner of the file block.

Last updated: 3 months ago

Embed Google Charts on a Kipwise Page

Instead of embedding a whole Google Spreadsheet on a Kipwise Page, you can select to embed only the charts on a Kipwise page to display useful information to teammates in a more visual way. To embed a Google Chart, 1. Press the menu button at the top right corner of the chart and select Publish chart 2. Go to the Link tab. If you want only your teammates to be able to view the content, make sure you open the " Published content & settings"  and check the " Require viewers to sign in with their Kipwise account " 3. Click Publish to get the link. 4. You can then embed the link to a Kipwise Page with the Google Drive block just like embedding a Google Spreadsheet. Read more about Embed Google Drive files on a Kipwise Page .

Last updated: 2 months ago

Insert an image on a Kipwise Page

1. Simply click the + sign at the beginning of a paragraph to insert an image block 2. Select the image you would like to insert 

Last updated: 4 months ago

Internal Page linking (Mention a Page)

Sometimes it can be useful to reference another Page inside Kipwise.  To do this, simply  type @ then followed by your search terms  and you can insert the selected Page inline. 

Last updated: 4 months ago

Table of Contents - How to link to a specific header on a Kipwise Page

If you're writing a long document with multiple headings and sub-headings, a table of contents is a great way to help users get a general idea what the Page contains and to let them jump to specific section easily. 1. How the table of contents works? When you create a Kipwise Page, we will automatically generate a table of contents based on your headings and sub headings. H1 headings will appear as the top level , and H2, H3, H4, H5 headings will be indented to show the hierarchy. Read more about how to format text on Kipwise Editor. Clicking on any link in a table of contents will take you directly to that heading You can collapse the table of contents anytime (so you can stay more focused on the main article) by clicking on the arrow icon next to CONTENT OUTLINE 2. How to link to a specific header in a Page Simply mouse over to a header or sub-header, and a copy link icon will appear at the end of the header, simply click on that icon and you can copy the link that will direcs users to this specific heading.

Last updated: 2 months ago

Using tables on a Kipwise Page

A. Adding a table 1. Simply click the + sign at the beginning of a paragraph to insert a table B. Adding or deleting columns  1. Click onto a cell 2. Select the drop down menu button at the end of the cell  3. You can then insert or delete the column  C. Adding or deleting rows 1. Click onto a cell 2. Select the drop down menu button at the front of the row 3. You can then insert or delete the row  D. Deleting the table  1. Click onto a cell 2. Select the drop down menu button at the front of the row 3. Select  Delete table

Last updated: 4 months ago