Scribble is a tool that developers can use to create simple wiki pages using markdown syntax. Scribble users can view changes on their wikis immediately as they type, and they can collaborate with colleagues in a secure online environment.
Enter your email address and choose a password to sign up for a Scribble account. The page you end up on is your very first wiki. Click “New Page” to get started building your first page with markdown. All the content you type in markdown syntax under the “editor” header on the left hand side of the page will show up immediately under the “preview” header on the right hand side of the page. Type up a set of instructions for your team, a workplace guide for your staff, or a project outline for your biggest client. When you’re satisfied with what you’ve created, click “Create” to save your new wiki page. If you’re ever stumped on proper markdown syntax, head back to your main wiki page and click on the link to Daring Fireball’s markdown syntax documentation for additional help.
To get more use out of Scribble, you’ll want to add collaborators to your account. The collaborators you add can view and edit your wikis, making it easy to work together on projects with colleagues who work remotely. Teams that rely on wikis for collecting large volumes of information can use Scribble to organize this information, even if they don’t use a project management application that can handle similar tasks.
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