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Status Future Consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 20, 2018

Option to disable the comments in wikis

In our company, wikis are very often used for user instructions and as a knowledge archive.
Especially with the instructions, many users ask questions and provide feedback in the comments on the wiki pages - which quickly becomes confusing. And a forum is better for a Q&A.

Therefore it would be very useful if the community owner can control the comment function in wikis and can disable it - similar to the email to community function.

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  • Guest
    Dec 7, 2022

    Very wanted feature.

  • Guest
    Jan 30, 2019

    This is not how modern collaboration works. It's not just a one-direction communication.

  • Guest
    Aug 28, 2018

    Regarding your question:
    Yes - your are right the the comments are immediately relatable to the page. But in 90% the users use the comments area to start a discussion (first ask a question and then it becomes quickly confusing) instead of enter a simple comment like "Thanks for this hint!".

    I didn't quite understand the first question, sorry.

  • Guest
    Aug 23, 2018

    Just to flesh out your use case.

    In terms of consistency, do you use standard content on pages to direct people to an appropriate topic ?

    One of the advantages of page comments is that they are immediately relatable to the page - they are very difficult to aggregate though when your focus is the discussion rather than the content.

  • Guest
    Aug 20, 2018

    Important feature!