Allow Creation of Overview pages. These should show all children pages (not folders) in easy navigable manner.
Hide Navigation on page by page basis
We'd want to hide our navbar on any pages we make available to the public. Currently any visitor to a public page can see all these links to intranet pages.
Allow table of contents and page metadata to be moved to the right or hidden
This seems to be a point of contention - there have been posts about moving it to the right, moving it to the left, and about removing it entirely. Moving it to the right would give the actual content more focus. As of right now, on the 13" Macbook Pro, 40% of the page (approximately 600px when the screen width is only 1440px, adjusted for retina scaling) is taken up with navigation, all on the left side. Allowing the ToC to be moved to the right would drop that to 20% on each side, making the content the focus rather than the navigation. In previous requests I saw that this was planned to be resolved in 2.2 which was a few months ago. I see that there's a place in the admin for this, but it would be nice to know if this is still planned.
Tag users in native comments
Add a feature to tag/mention other users of this wiki in native comments (e.g. ' Hi, @AndrewK') with autocomplete suggestions. The tagged user should receive either an email notification or a notification in the user area in the wiki itself.
Moving/renaming multiple pages
It would be very useful to be able to move multiple Pages at the same time into a different hierarchy. If I want to move 5 pages from /root/folder/page1-5 to /root/parent/child/page1-5 , currently the only way seems to be to open and move/rename each page individually. This becomes a bigger inconvenience the more pages are added in the hierarchy. Maybe being able to select multiple pages for a rename/move in a single overview?
Switching from an editor to another on an existing page
As a page editor, I want to be able to select another editor to edit a page, so that I can use my favorite editor on any page.
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Export pages to pdf
Looking for a nice way to share (formatted) wiki pages with external links intact