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I'm a student and kind of new to SharePoint 2013. I'm trying to set up a knowledge base in SP 2013 for a small company. I'm using an entreprise wiki to do this. ( Is this the correct way ? ) Now i want to add metadata to all my wiki pages and i want my users to be able to navigate through some metadata and if they click it, to see all coresponding pages with that metadata tagged. Example : navigation : - Sharepoint 2013 - Tagging - Metadata - installation - Office 365 - Word - lay-out - installation - Excel - Acces - Procedures So for example if i click Office 365 => Word => installation , the page shows me all the documents linked with these metadata tags : Office 365,Word and installation. Is this possible? Thanks !! Kevin

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Wiki is definitely the correct choice.

Manage metadata navigation might be what you're looking for...

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