Add status label/badge
Add a status label/badge like in confluence (A simple bootstrap label/badge which can contain a text). They are very useful to highlight a current status. Compared to the highlight feature they are also much better visable. A example is my attached image.
PlantUML support in AsciiDoc
Wiki.js already supports PlantUml and the AsciiDoc editor. Unfortunately, PlantUml is only supported in Markdown pages. It would be great to have PlantUml support also in AsciiDoc pages
Ability to paste images into MD editor
Images should be pasteable via clipboard ctrl+V as a shortcut, similar to how Github's MD editor works. This would be a gigantic time saver.
Page Approval Function
When a user created or edited a page, it wont publish right away, rather have a admin or higher lever user to approve the modification, then publish.
Move a complete "tree" of pages
Although a wiki is a collection of pages, often they are organised in a tree structure. If you want to move a page that is at the top of a subtree and all pages below it, that is very cumbersome. Adding a "move tree" function would greatly simplify moving, or renaming, subtrees and keep consistency.
E-Mail notification system
A modular notification system. Users, User groups, Admins can be notified about events. For example: Content events (new page, updated page, deleted page) Admin events (new registration, failed login attempts, failed git sync,....). See also https://wiki.js.org/feedback/p/admin-notification-of-registrations and https://wiki.js.org/feedback/p/notifications-for-page-updates
Partial search in Azure works with asterisk at the end, can it be added as an option in the search engine to automatically add it to the searh term as user types? See this doc https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/search/search-query-partial-matching Also the suggestions on mobile are out of view when the keyboard is open, at least on my smartphone, I think the warning icon could be a lot smaller.
Support switch between multi doc versions
We want to use Wiki.js to build a product documentation website, because different users use different versions, we hope to be able to switch the version of the documents based on the version tag, just like the GitLab's documentation website. https://docs.gitlab.com/