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currently I have an enterprise wiki page that is like what you wanted. I will describe the steps I took and hopefully it will help you. Create a subsite that has an "Enterprise Wiki" template. This can be selected in the "Template Selection", under the "Publishing" tab. a. If the "Publishing" tab is not found, go to the main/parent site, under "Site ...


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I had the same problem but I just found out how! I'm using SharePoint 2013, and doing this on an enterprise wiki site. Site settings > term store management tool > find your categories in the left column (mine was all the way at the end, in the site collection folder) When you hover/click on the term, there should be a triangle that allows you to drop ...


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It all depends on how you want to organize content so users can find things in SharePoint. For what its worth a wiki page is simply for content and can be used for the home page of your site. I like to think its similar to Wikipedia where there are key words that can be turned into new pages when you add double brackets onto them. Here is more info on Wiki ...



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