I apologize if others have already mentioned this, but the cloning discussion brought it to mind. By way of explanation, cloning or transclusion is a means of avoiding unnecessary duplication of info. Just for an example, if I collaborate with Becky at another agency on several projects, I might want to refer to Becky’s email in these project topics. But if she changes jobs, I might need to update her email in several different places. So having a contacts topic with Becky’s contact info in one place would be useful. Then I can include that in many other places. Wikis often have this kind of functionality in addition to hyperlinking, which Dynalist already supports.
Another powerful wiki function consists of including the results of search operations in a page’s display. Typically this can include tags, categories, and the like. This is a time- and click-saver, because rather than leaving the page you’re viewing to perform a search, the search results are presented in a dynamic fashion right away.
What might that look like in Dynalist? Here’s my conception: The first image is some silly source text on which the searches operate. The second image shows the searches.