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I know that I'm supposed to search for data in a Wiki but I would like to structure the data in some kind of tree. Is this possible?

Right now I just have pages that do not really belong to anything so to get there I need to search and when doing that I might miss it.

EDIT : Lets clear this up, Im not looking for a Table of Content on one page, Im looking for a Table of Content of all wiki pages. So when I go to the main Wiki page I will find the Table Of Content there, clicking a content link will take me to the proper wiki page.

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If you look at your Site Contents and find the document library 'Pages' and/or 'SitePages' that's where all of your wiki pages will be located. You can insert that on your Home page and create a view on that document library and use it as a 'Table of Contents'. It might not be exactly what you're looking for, but it's completely OOTB and no coding necessary.

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I found this post while trying to find the same answer a while ago. Link to post. For convenience purposes here are links posted from the post.

Add navigation table to wiki page
SP 2010 workaround, should be valid for 2013

Both claim to be valid for 2013.

Hope this helps!

  • This is not what I meant, look at the edit. – Banshee Sep 8 '14 at 18:09
  • I gotcha now. Sorry for the poor answer. – Lincoln Hach Yellick Sep 9 '14 at 14:58
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Recently I updated my Add navigation table to wiki page solution to support multiple levels and SharePoint 2013.

The new solution is a configurable jquery plugin and is documented in the blog post Revised: Table of Contents for Wiki Pages

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The BlueBridge Wiki Extensions provide a navigation webpart to add on selected wiki pages (or on all, using the auto webpart functionality), a possibility to add chapter names and numbers to each wiki page and a feature to add a tree below the quicklaunch navigation for the entire wiki pages library.

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