Rick Cogley 12/18/2020 5:55:14 PM
This is a big yes from me. You can make a wiki-like Documentation tab, but if you want to easily include screenshots, it's a different matter. I've tried to make image processing easier for user-authors, and that's the biggest stumbling block to better adoption. They tend to stop using the "Documents" tab mostly due to the image processing being unwieldy (upload your images in this OTHER tab, copy the markdown link, paste into the doc you're authoring...), and end up gravitating toward other tools like Google Drive or (gasp!) Microsoft Word.
The markup is basic, but good enough in my opinion, but I really want to see better image processing like you have with Github, Stack Overflow and the like - drag and drop or paste, and Teamdesk just saves the images to some table.
(I have to say though, that some of the editors these days are indeed really sexy - like editorjs.io, the commercial Notion or what is being built in headless CMSs like Contentful or Strapi.)