Jotspot Introduces New Version of Wiki Software
| by Priyanka Pradhan |
|Jotspot has introduced a new version of its Wiki software aimed mainly at small and mid-size companies, and has developed applications built on top of the Wiki platform. The new version, Jotspot 2.0, unlike traditional Wikis will give users the freedom to collaborate on all types of information and provide new page types that help users create collaborative calendars, spreadsheets, file repositories, documents, and photo galleries. Users can now configure the color scheme of their wikis and add logos, share calendars, upload and share photos and create links to pages inside and outside the wiki and to documents within the wiki. The pages can be made private, public or shared among invited users. Moreover, the version also has a Microsoft Outlook lookalike sidebar to display available wiki applications. Joe Kraus, co-founder and CEO of JotSpot said, "Traditional wikis are too nerdy and only offer one type of collaboration. This has been a barrier to the mainstream adoption of wikis." He added, "We've combined the familiarity and functionality of desktop applications like Office with the collaborative power and flexibility of wikis so users can quickly and easily collaborate on all types of information." Pricing for the hosted service is free for five users and a maximum of 10 pages; and ranges from $9.95 per month for 10 users to $199.95/month for unlimited users. JotSpot 2.0 is available here.|
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