Offer a glossary/dictionary feature where we can add terms or phrases commonly used in our specific industry that may not be widely known to the general public.
Delete draft w/o deleting article
Ability to 'destroy' the current draft, and just revert back to the published version.
By the function "insert link" it has to be possible to take over the link to the other articles with the same title (function: "also show in")
Let me see who "dislikes" an article
Ideally, it would be nice to reach out to users on why they dislike an article so that we can better understand how best to improve it.
Promote new and changed content
Our users would like for 'new and changed' articles to be promoted, so they can see (when not logged in) what new content has been put on the knowledge base.
Make article translation easier (side-by-side)
When we publish new articles, we have to translate them into different languages which is done by different teams. We are not aware though of new articles published that shall be translated. The whole *language* idea should be made simpler so that we can see if an article exists in different languages like Wordpress is doing it. Once it is translated, it simply has no link to the *original* article. Making changes is almost impossible because you won't find the article in other languages. Please improve this for us. :-)
It'd be extremely helpful to have a centralized location to see where all internal links are. This could help prevent broken links in content that are caused by deleting articles that may have been linked to from other articles.
Have Internal Sections of Public Article
"My request is the ability to designate let's say half a page into internal, and then the other portion as public or private. The idea is that we wouldn't have to maintain multiple pages. A tab system instead might work well too. In example say you are a visitor and visit a public page. You would only see that public page, however, if someone who has an account that is internal visits the same page. They see both pages internal, and public. "