Editing a Wiki or Meeting Minutes This Help page is a Wiki and can be edited! Please be bold and improve the page. A Wiki is a document that can be edited by other co-counsellors. Sometimes it is a page of a book, sometimes it a time-limited document like minutes of a meeting, sometimes the document stands on itself. Meeting Minutes are wikis that can be edited by the participants of a meeting until the minutes are finalised. Title Type here the Title of your Wiki. Language Keep the language the way it is if the setting is correct. Otherwise choose the language you are writing in. Body Here you can write all the text you want for attracting people to your event. The first 200 words will also appear in the Post Listings CoCoInfo Tags CoCoInfo Tags are keywords or categories that as labels are attached to a post. These tags help to describe a post and allow them to be found again by browsing or searching. Users can also use these tags to select the posts they want to see in lists. For instance, site visitors can see all posts tagged with 'session culture'. Once you have selected or created a new CoCoInfo tag, click on so that it appears in a box under "All added tags". Visibility Wiki/Meeting Minutes These settings determine who can view your article: Draft: only you can see and edit this document. GroupEdit - only the selected group(s) you are member of can view and edit this GroupRead: only the groups ticked in Audience can see your article CoCoRead-GroupEdit: only co-counsellors can view your article while members of the groups ticked in Audience can edit it. CoCoEdit: co-counsellors can view and edit it. CoCoRead: only co-counsellors can view the wikiwhile co-counsellors can edit it. PublicRead-NoCoCoEdit You do not need to fill in its Comment: field. Audience This box shows only the groups you are a member of. Select the groups you want your Wiki to be visible to by clicking Ctrl-Enter.. They will only be visible if the Article Visibility is not set to Draft. Notifications If ticked, all people who have subscribed to new wikis generally or to this wiki in particular will be notified of your submission or update. Create new revision When you update your wiki you can choose whether there will be a new version created that overwrites the earlier version or that the new version will be saved as such. In this case people can compare the two versions. Attach files Click Attachments to view the attachment options Browse for a file to attach Click Attach for attaching the selected file Remove any attachment you want Reorder the attachments You need to click Save down the form in order to save all your attachment settings. Notifications People can subscribe to specific posts, all posts by a certain author or all posts of a certain type, e.g. events. By ticking this box nobody will be notified of the creations or update of this post.