Setting up a WordPress wiki knowledge base allows you to make large amounts of information organized and easily digestible.
Want to make your knowledge base better? I know you do! We've already published an article about the best wiki knowledge base WordPress themes. In this post, I'll take it even further and show you the best wiki knowledge base WordPress plugins.
BWL Knowledge Base Manager is one of the most comprehensive wiki knowledge base plugins currently available.
No complicated setup is needed for this newbie-friendly plugin - you can get started almost instantly. It has a grid-style display for showing your content, and you can classify your content in whatever categories you want.
Very Simple Knowledge Base is, well, simple. With this plugin, all you need to do is insert the shortcode [knowledgebase-three] or [knowledgebase] to display FAQ-style knowledge base content in three or four columns (on mobile devices, the content is displayed in two columns).
HelpieWP is the only fully collaborative WordPress wiki plugin. It’s the easiest way to create and share knowledge for teams and also create beautiful documentation sites for your products and services.
Publishing capabilities (who can edit, publish, or approve changes)
Revision system (ability to rollback to previous revisions)
Medium.com-like front-end editor (with customization and integration options)
User Access Restrictions (restrict users to certain topics)
Extensive style customizations (plus integration with page-builders like Elementor)
This premium plugin helps you create a great knowledge base site with ease. You can allow your users to edit the content from the front-end of the site. Also, you can track changes, so you'll be able to quickly identify and remove any spam.
This plugin works with any WordPress theme, so you don't have to change your current design to use it.
WP Knowledgebase is free, and it gives you tons of options for fonts, colors, and sidebar layouts. It's also responsive, which means it automatically adjusts to the size of the visitor's screen (desktop, mobile device, etc.) for optimal user experience.
Knowledge Base has been around for over 6 years now, and it's earned quite a following in that time. People love its flexibility - there are 4 color skins, 3 post format options, and 3 homepage options to choose from.
KnowHow comes with 2 custom widgets for the latest and featured articles. Its video post format is supported by YouTube and Vimeo. Also, there's an animated navigation feature, which really sets it apart from other knowledge base plugins.