Mail2Wiki: Posting and curating wiki content from email
|Mail2Wiki: Posting and curating wiki content from email|
|Author(s)||Hanrahan B., Weksteen T., Kong N., Convertino G., Bouchard G., Archambeau C., Chi E.H.|
|Published in||International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Proceedings IUI|
|Keyword(s)||Email plugin, Enterprise wikis, Organizing, Sharing (Extra: Critical mass, Curation, Enterprise wikis, Inboxes, Interaction cost, Key factors, Knowledge workers, Organizing, Personal spaces, Plug-ins, Shared repositories, Sharing, Electronic mail, User interfaces)|
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Mail2Wiki: Posting and curating wiki content from email is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Hanrahan B., Weksteen T., Kong N., Convertino G., Bouchard G., Archambeau C., Chi E.H. and published in International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Proceedings IUI.
Enterprise wikis commonly see low adoption rates, preventing them from reaching the critical mass that is needed to make them valuable. The high interaction costs for contributing content to these wikis is a key factor impeding wiki adoption. Much of the collaboration among knowledge workers continues to occur in email, which causes useful information to stay siloed in personal inboxes. In this demo we present Mail2Wiki, a system that enables easy contribution and initial curation of content from the personal space of email to the shared repository of a wiki.
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