When logged in to a wiki, if you choose Hamburger menu > My Home, you reach a page at
[wikiname].wiki.zoho.com/mywiki.do, with several tabs, including My Wikis.
Each wiki listed shows two links, one with the name of the wiki, and the other with a URL to the wiki spelled out. The latter takes you to the wiki as expected. But the former does something strange.
It may take you to a list of pages, and if you click on a page item, it opens a view of that page. But not a normal view of that page, it's in a small scrolling frame, with some generic theme applied, and no sidebar or other navigation, and no wiki menu.
Most confusingly, there doesn't seem to be any way to get from that view of the page to the "real" page.
Further confusion: If the wiki has workspaces, then the on the My Wikis page, the upper link for that wiki will take you to a page listing the workspaces, which in turn link to pages. But any pages not in a workspace seem to be omitted from this navigation scheme. I'm not sure whether this is significant, since I don't see the significance of this apparatus.
All of what I've described seems to happen via AJAX, as the same URL displays in the address bar (ending in mywiki.do). Hitting the back button doesn't take you back a step in navigating these views, it backs out of the entire mywiki.do.
Bottom line: what is this apparatus for? I can see users easily getting sidetracked into it, and being very confused.