Cloud Sync Tool `Seafile` 1.6.0 Gets Improved Collaboration Features

Seafile, an open source cloud synchronization and collaboration tool, somewhat similar to Dropbox, ownCloud or SparkleShare, that you can install on your own server, has been updated to version 1.6.0 recently, getting some interesting new features such as a Wiki module and more.For more about Seafile (features, etc.), see our initial article.According to the Seafile developers, the synchronization feature is quite stable so they’ve focused on improving the collaboration features for version 1.6.0, which comes with changes such as:new personal and group Wiki module – the wiki uses the Markdown syntax and it’s integrated with the file synchronization and version control. Also, you can easily add pictures and attachements to the wiki pages. Further more, a group / wiki can be made public so you can have the wiki available for everybody, and not just your Seafile users;redesigned group discussion module: the module has been moved to a separate tab, it has a new UI and it’s better integrated with the online file viewing;online rich document editor and improved markdown editor.Seafile wikiSeafile wiki – markdown editorSeafile online rich document editorThe Seafile desktop client has received various bug fixes as well as support for symbolic links. There were also changes made

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