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Knowledge Hub Guide: Knowledge Sharing Examples & Tips
Bring your team and company to your knowledge hub
Invite your team and company to your knowledge hub. You have two options:
Sharing and bringing into the doc
Publishing and sharing out
Share your doc with the team to have them inside the doc and using it. A company wiki often has the following settings
Invite the co-creators of this doc by typing in their names and giving them
Anyone with a link at [company.com]
You can then grab the Doc Link (or Copy link) and send the URL to anyone within your organization.
Slack: Post a message about the doc
Zoom: during a company-wide meeting and dropping the URL into the chat.
Most users will see it like this:
Making it feel more like a webpage for people just consuming the content. Great for training materials and internal websites like intranets and vendor portals.
so that it’s just for your company, and anyone you explicitly share with.
so that people don’t accidentally edit any content.
so that it’s more for consumption and viewing, not using their own version.
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to make it feel more like a webpage
A short, custom
This is what your Knowledge Hub will look like if you use those settings:
Give users edit access, but lock pages that are more static and don’t need to change much, if ever, such as a
company’s vision and mission statement
Here’s the help article for how to use Page (and even full Doc) locking:
Want to print your doc?
This is not the way.
Try clicking the ⋯ next to your doc name or using a keyboard shortcut (