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To watch your wiki space, go to Browse Space | Advanced | Start watching this space so you may be automatically notified of activity.

Can I get information about the spaces that are visible to me?

You can also subscribe to a daily report which sends you an e-mail of changes in all spaces visible to you:

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You can apply for a global space on the UCL Wiki which is still in pilot by clicking here, but first you should consider how the space fits into your own structures: committees/subcommittees, projects/subprojects and the pros and cons of sharing a space.

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Changing access rights / permissions

  • To adjust who has what access to your space, click the Browse Space hyperlink top right and then the Space Admin tab. Select Permissions in the left column.
  • Click Edit Permissions under the relevant user category and tick the relevant boxes.
  • Click Save All.

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  • It is better to use this feature, rather than granting permission to individuals, as it is a lot less work if you ever need to change the permissions in future.
  • You can only create your own groups for access control if it's a global space (i.e. NOT if it's a personal space).

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Editing your profile

To edit details about yourself, add your photo etc., click on your name top right on the UCL Wiki homepage once logged in.

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copy . s:\Training
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 E.g.

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copy *.* s:\Training

Adding Actions etc.

The {note} tag before and after produces an exclamation mark:

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Watch out for this\!
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Watch out for this!

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Adding a completed item (with a tick)

A {tip} tag before and after produces a handsome green tick:

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This was done.

Adding a Table of contents

If you want to insert a table of contents at the beginning of your page, picking up headings in your text, use something like:

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{toc:type=list|indent=10px|minLevel=2}

Adding Columns

Here is the code for creating columns on your page:

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