Monday, September 22, 2008

Enterprise 2.0 Progress Report

We have continue to wiki-fy content at The Firm.  SharePoint treats wiki pages as documents and gives them high rankings in search results. They are quickly becoming the preferred way to capture information and knowledge in the firm.

The SharePoint wiki tool is simple, but that makes it easy to teach people how to use. Everyone who has actually used the wiki is stunned at how easy it is to edit.

Here is the latest count of wiki pages:

June 6 July 7 Sept. 15
Wiki Page205313667

I am staggered at the amount of content flowing into the wikis.

I am using the number of wiki pages as an indicator of adoption. Ideally, I would like to be able to pull the total number of versions of wiki pages. That could be a better indicator of usage because it would show the total number of edits to pages, not just the number of pages. So far I have not been able to find a way to get a report on this from SharePoint.

Does anyone know a way to find that information in SharePoint?


  1. Doug,
    Congrats on the wiki adoption. And thanks for the updates. Regarding wiki pages rankings in search results, what search engine are you using in SharePoint?

  2. We are just using the built-in Sharepoint search engine.


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