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Leave comments inside articles

Collaborate with others to improve your article

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Written by Gregory Claeyssens
Updated over a week ago

Leaving comments inside an article makes it easy to receive feedback from a colleague or client.

Table of Contents:

Start working with comments

1. Creating comments

Step 1. After inviting people to your workspace, you can leave comments in your articles. To do so, go to an article, select a word or section of text and click on the comment icon located in the formatting toolbar.

Step 2. The comments sidebar will now display on the right-hand side, where you'll be able to add a comment.

Tag people by typing or clicking on @, and this will trigger an email and an in-app notification for the user. If you don't tag anyone, no one will receive a notification.

Step 3. Change the visibility of your comment to limit who can see it.

  • Team: only registered users inside your workspace.

  • Everyone: all registered users and people viewing the public preview page and review page.

Click Comment or hit Enter when ready, to save the comment and trigger the notification (if you tagged anyone).

When working on Chrome, if you don't save the comment and attempt to leave the article, Chrome will show you a warning message about the comment not being saved:

2. Viewing comments

Comments are displayed inside the editor and highlighted in yellow.

Step 1. Open the comments sidebar by clicking on 'Comment's at the top right to view all of them.

Step 2. Clicking on a specific comment will show you the location of the highlighted text.

3. Taking action on comments

A saved comment can be resolved, edited or deleted.

Resolved comments are moved to the Resolved tab, although they can be reopened if needed:

You and other users can also reply to a comment to open a thread, which will help you maintain separate conversations on the same article:

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