Thursday, January 14, 2016

Help us help you:'s domain name

Haven't found out how amazing is yet? Visit and then come back here to help us! Thank you :)

On May 3, 2015, Justin Potts,'s founder, registered the domain name for one year. Since then, has accomplished so much; our service is loaded with useful features, allowing studying vocabulary easier.

Of course, we couldn't have done it without you. We first would like to thank our users for their support. Without you, would be nothing like it is today. And we hope we have served you to the best of our ability.

But on May 3, 2016, less than five months from now, will expire and the domain name will be no more if nothing is done.

Unlike Premium and's free web hosting provided by MyWikis, there is no way to get the domain name for free. So we need your help.

As's service is distinguishable by using .io instead of .com, the cost for this kind of domain name is $30 for one year. Mr. Potts paid this fee a year ago, but since he is no longer covering the costs of the service and there is absolutely no income from (we do this all for free out of our pockets), we ask you to pitch in and help us with our domain renewal fee.

In return, we give you our gratitude and a special, visible place on the website thanking you for your contribution. The more you can pitch in, the larger your name will be.

Please help us survive. is currently 100% donation-based, and any amount goes directly to running Absolutely nobody assisting with running keeps any money. Excess funds will be reserved for's future domain name needs and anything else that requires money unconditionally. The money goes directly to keeping alive and at its signature domain name.

Please contribute below. Any amount is highly appreciated. PayPal requires a minimum donation of $1:

Once again, thank you. -- staff

(P.S. If the domain is unable to be renewed, starting around March or April, the website will move to a domain like, with a redirect on From May onwards, the domain would no longer function. Please help us prevent something like that from happening and continue the legacy of

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Announcing two new things

2016 will mark our fourth year in the wiki industry, and it will be better than all three previous years combined. To start off, we're introducing two new (but very large) changes.

1. Introducing MyWikis Plus

The introduction of MyWikis Plus will see a simpler plan called MyWikis Basics, whose price will drop lower than the current price, and the current MyWikis Basic plan will be renamed MyWikis Plus.

Before: MyWikis Basic - $7/mo
After: MyWikis Basics - $TBD/mo, MyWikis Plus - $7/mo

The new MyWikis Basics will have slightly less features than offered right now, some of which may be excessive to our customers who'd just like the basics. That being said, MyWikis Plus is a great option for mid-tier customers. In addition, MyWikis Plus should have VisualEditor support too! (Subject to change.) We plan to have MyWikis Plus launch exclusively on Twitter.

These changes will launch sometime this or next month. Stay tuned!

2. Introducing DokuWiki

MediaWiki sometimes just doesn't fit the needs of wiki users. That's why we'll be supporting DokuWiki in the coming months.

DokuWiki is a completely different wiki engine whose emphasis might match that of corporations looking for easy-to-administer settings, easy-to-understand (low learning curve), and more per-page access restrictions instead of MediaWiki's blanket access restrictions with limited customization.

We believe this will be a great alternative to our customers who might not feel that MediaWiki serves them best. We're still testing DokuWiki out, so it will be another couple months before we launch any DokuWiki plans. Currently, there will be two plans for DokuWiki: Personal and Organizational. They will be under the name "MyWikis Doku," so expect to see "MyWikis Doku Personal" and "MyWikis Doku Organizational." They will cost $5/month and $8/month initially.

(Note that DokuWiki does not have WYSIWYG like MediaWiki's VisualEditor. It would be advisable to stick with MediaWiki if you require a WYSIWYG-based editor.)