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Make Wiki Formattable via CSS
I'd also like to see the list of categories at the bottom of a wiki article arranged according to the way they were tagged in the article itself, or according to their hierarchy. As of now it seems to be arranging them according to the order in which the categories were created, or perhaps it's just random.
Edited: Alex Whitt - 04/30/2016 19:09:56
Make Wiki Formattable via CSS
I've been struggling to try to include CSS in my wiki pages, in order to format them better (using Wikipedia's formatting as a reference).

Every attempt gets blocked by Bitrix24 in one way or another. Usually it deforms my html code (like changing "<script>" to "<sc ript>").

It would be really nice to at least be able to include CSS manually somehow, and it would be even better to have an actual format-editing page built in to the wiki tool that could define what things like "h1" and "h2" and "blockquote" looks like.
Comment on file and PSD preview
Yana,

Ah yes, I did notice that inside a task with the file attached, the file version changes appear inline with comments on the task. So looks like it's just a matter of getting used to having those conversations at the task-level rather than the file-level. Thank you for the reply!
Wiki: links and redirects to sections or headings?
I also can't find a way to link to a category page. Normally in wikis, you put a colon before the "category" tag to make it a hyperlink, as opposed to a tag that adds the page to a category. So:

[[Category:My Category]]

adds things to the category and

[[:Category:My Category]]

creates an internal hyperlink to the category page. In Bitrix24, using the second syntax just creates a page called ":Category:My Category".
Wiki: links and redirects to sections or headings?
Yana,

Thank you for the reply! Yes, I know how to do internal hyperlinks (that's what I meant when I said "link," I apologize for the mismatched terminology on my part). I'm trying to link to a *section* of a wiki page, namely, headings. Just like how the table of contents links to sub-headings in the page, and jumps you to those locations, I want to know if it's possible with your markup language to link to one of those sub-headings in an internal hyperlink. (Both in the same page, and from another page.) My goal is to be able to do a #redirect to a *section* of another page, rather than just to the page in general (which jumps you to the top of the page).

That wiki page was actually the first page I looked, and it doesn't have any information on the #redirect command (which clearly works.) It seems to be an undocumented feature.

Thank you for the information pertaining to the markup language! Looks like BBCode is the basis for the tags used in the "Text Editor" (which shows all the markup). As for the higher-level markup features, like internal hyperlinks (the [[Page Name]] notation), I'm guessing that's a homebrew thing layered on top of the BBCode? I'm trying to find any documentation out there for BBCode used in wikis, it seems like it's usually used in forums. I'll keep looking to see if there's anything "hacky" I can do to make these sub-section links work within BBCode.
Tasks: Integration with Github, Bitbucket, SVN
Sounds good! That will definitely work for now. I'm looking forward to the update.

I don't know how far in the future you guys plan features, but it would be nice to one day see complete integration with git repositories, being able to manage them natively within Bitrix24. That, along with native accounting features, would truly make Bitrix24 the complete business management solution for me and my team. But Zapier integration is definitely a sufficient stopgap.
Comment on file and PSD preview
Additionally, Box also had thumbnail previews of images (including .psd files) in list (or "grid") view. I noticed that you guys have a "tile" view, which does include thumbnails of basic image types, but I would also like thumbnails in "grid" (list) view.
Wiki: links and redirects to sections or headings?
I'd also like to know if it's possible to relocate the table of contents, or to manually generate it instead of requiring (i think 4?) headings for it to generate itself. Problem with self-generating is that it puts it above everything else, which can look bad if you want to have a "title" heading at the top of your article.
Tasks: Integration with Github, Bitbucket, SVN
I'd also love to see git integration. Hosting repositories on Bitrix24 would simplify things greatly. Or, at least, some integration with Bitbucket and/or Github, as linked above.
Comment on file and PSD preview
I noticed that wiki pages can be commented on directly, so commenting on a file directly is certainly apropos. Good to keep things consistent across all "data types."
Wiki: links and redirects to sections or headings?
There's unfortunately not much documentation on the more advanced features of your wiki markup language, although they clearly do exist. I was able to successfully do a #redirect to another page, although this functionality doesn't seem to be documented anywhere.

Can anyone tell me if it's possible to link to and create redirects to "sections" (or "headings") of other pages? Or, more generally, can anyone tell me what wiki markup language this is based on?
Comment on file and PSD preview
Hello! I just switched to Bitrix24 from Box and a few other apps, and so far I'm quite pleased. Some things that I miss about Box are the abilities to:

1. Comment directly on a file. In Box, when you click on any file, it opens up a preview window, and to the right is a list of comments. New version upload markers also show up inline with the comments chronologically, and if you click on those version upload markers, you can view those versions, so if you want to track the progress of a file you can see the complete timeline with comments in context. (If Bitrix24 has some totally different way of doing these kinds of conversation timelines, I'm all ears, but regardless file comments would be fantastic.)

2. Preview .psd (photoshop) files. We work with these heavily, and while it's impossible or impractical to edit them in a browser interface, it was really nice to preview them. So if my artist uploads a new version of a file, I can easily look at the improvements and leave my comments.
Edited: Alex Whitt - 06/13/2015 01:59:30
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