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    Differences between Discussion Boards, Blogs and Wikis ??


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    Wikis - In the simplest form, wikis can be imagined as a repository of easily editable website pages. Each wiki can have a specific purpose and a bunch of wiki pages that are maintained by the users of that Wiki. Wiki pages typically have comments that can be used for collaborating around that page/topic. Wikis can be used for a variety of purposes like documentation, knowledge management or just a team repository of information.

    Blogs - Weblogs or blogs, are online journals maintained by a person or a team with regular updates (called as blog posts). They are typically meant for general consumption and are arranged in a chronological manner with the most recent blog posts on the top. Blog posts can also have the provision for readers to leave comments. Blogs are usually more informal and chatty.
    In SamePage, apart from the the traditional blogging functionality, more granular access can be provided for Team Blogs allowing specific users to contribute posts that can be reviewed before publishing. It provides a rich editor interface. Also, configurations like allowing guests to comment and moderating those comments can be done at every blog post level.

    Forum - Discussion Forums (also referred as "Message Boards", "Bulletin Boards" etc) can be simply thought of as an area where people would just like to initiate a topic or idea so people can start commenting and collaborating around it. The initial idea/topic ( also called as a thread) may be just a single line or a complete descriptive paragraph. But they essentially differ from Wiki pages in the sense that the comments are an integral part of the discussion thread.


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