Wikis are a type of website or online platform that allows users to collaboratively create, edit, and organize content. Wikis typically enable users to add, delete, and modify content quickly and easily, making them ideal for collaborative projects like knowledge bases, encyclopedias, and documentation repositories. Some popular examples of wikis include Wikipedia, Wikia, and Fandom. Wikis often use a markup language to format text and include links to other pages within the wiki or external sources. They also typically provide revision history and tracking features to monitor changes made to the content over time.

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