This week we’re excited to release one of our most requested features – Reader Commenting. Before,wiki users with ‘Reader’ access were only allowed to view your wiki.
Now, you can enable Readers to leave comments.
Why reader comments are useful
The ability for readers to leave comments is great if you like to get input from everyone in your organization, but you don’t want to give them full access to edit other pages on your wiki.
Reader comments are also useful for classrooms. Teachers can post questions on a page and have students answer them without having the ability to edit the questions.
How we keep your wiki safe with Reader commenting
Note: To keep your wiki safe, only users who have been invited as readers are enabled to comment. Visitors to public wikis won’t be able to leave comments unless they’re added to the wiki as readers
If you already have a wiki, you’ll need to enable this feature by doing this: Go to Settings —> Wiki Security —> Uncheck the ‘Disable reader commenting’ box.
New wikis will have Reader Commenting enabled by default.
How are you going to use reader commenting? Tell us in the comments!