How Wiki works
Wiki pages are organized as a tree:
wiki.yandex.com: The Wiki home page. The home page usually displays links to the main clusters, important links, and news.
wiki.yandex.com/page: Top-level pages. These pages usually share a common theme. For example, they can all be related to a single department, team, or project.
The home page is not considered a parent page in relation to top-level pages.
wiki.yandex.com/page/subpage/...: Second- and subsequent-level pages.
Each page has one or more authors, which are users who manage access to the page. The page author's name is displayed under the page title.
Wiki pages form clusters:
A page with all its subpages together form one cluster. Pages within a cluster are usually related to a
Each Wiki user has a personal cluster (
wiki.yandex.com/users/userName). You can use your personal cluster to store your personal information, schedule, drafts, or whatever you want. To access your personal cluster, click My page in the Wiki upper panel. Personal clusters can be viewed by other users by default.
In each personal cluster, there is a notes section that is closed to other users (
wiki.yandex.com/users/userName/notes). You can create notes with two clicks from any Wiki page. To go to the Notes cluster, click Notes in the Wiki header.
As with other pages for which you are the author, you can change access settings for the pages in your personal cluster and the notes section.