Team Wiki

Consolidate all your team knowledge.


Team Wiki


Welcome to our team wiki!

Here, you can get an overview of our company and learn more about what it's like to work here. Have a look around and if you have any questions contact @Luke.

Getting started

Important basics! Must-read for every new hire 😉

Company info


Everything there is to know about work and life at our company. Keep an eye out for updates!

👤 People

💼 Work

🏖 Life

How to find us

If you are inviting a guest to visit our office, don't forget to follow the checklist here: How to invite external visitors.


Awesome Company Ltd.
Youlooknicetoday Str. 17
12345 Funwille, West Sunland

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About this template


It has many names – company wiki, knowledge base, intranet, resource center. But no matter what you call it, every company needs a place to collaborate, create content, and document important information.

The first ever wiki was created by Ward Cunningham in 1995, with the goal of helping software developers record and share chunks of code. Since then wikis have proliferated and today, most teams have their own internal team wikis.

You can use a team wiki for anything from taking and sharing meeting notes, to creating technical documentation and onboarding new employees. This template is an example of what a team wiki overview page looks like.

How to create a great team wiki

With Nuclino, you can create your team wiki in a matter of minutes. Simply use this template and adapt the content to match your needs. A wiki overview page is important because it is the first thing your colleagues see when they visit your team wiki. It needs to be informative, well-structured, and friendly.

Bring your wiki pages to life with images, videos, files, tasks, embeds, code blocks, and more. Every content block can be edited in real time, making it really easy for your team to keep the wiki updated and contribute resources. The pages can be easily linked together, keeping all content well-organized and easy to navigate.

If you need to bring a team member's attention to an important update or ask for feedback, simply @-mention them to send them an instant notification.

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