SharePoint Wikis combine the easy editing and linking capabilities of a wiki with the power of SharePoint metadata, web parts, and views. This makes it seamless to find the right balance of structured and freeform information.
Here’s what the out-of-the-box (OOB) Wiki looks like:
Here’s what a wiki with additional columns looks like:
Here’s what the editing experience looks like:
Here is a wiki page with a dynamic table:
Sound interesting? Let me show you how to do it yourself:
Get to the Wiki Pages library by clicking on “Wiki Pages” in the breadcrumb or on the Quick Launch. Then create a new column by selecting “Create Column” from the Settings menu.
Choose the settings for the new column, and repeat for each additional column.
To add the dynamic table to the page, first put the page in edit mode by selecting “Edit Page” from the Site Actions menu. This is different than editing the page by clicking the “Edit” link in the toolbar above the Wiki content.
Now you can click on “Add a Web Part”, and then select the library with the wiki pages:
This will place a default view on the page. To edit the view, select “Modify Shared Web Part” from the web part edit menu, and then click on Edit the current view.
I hope this has been helpful!