Erm, Confluence is a wiki - a place where people collaborate on published web pages, managed by the audience and accessed via a browser.
To "create a wiki" in Confluence, click "create" in the menu bar.
I suspect I may not be understanding what you think a "wiki" is though. Could you explain, if I have misunderstood?
@Vincent Asamoah Boateng For some context: in Confluence you have Spaces and you have Pages. Spaces are sort of like a project, and they contain the Pages. Within a Space, you can order your pages in a hierarchy to give them some more order, so you can have a parent page containing pages, which can also contain pages, and so on....
In many companies, they may have a separate Space for each team/department to organise their pages, sometimes they have separate Spaces for each of their projects or deliverables, it all depends how to logically split up the documents.
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