"Provide feedback about this article" link broken in "Keeping forks synchronized" Article


Reading the Atlassian Bitbucket article "Keeping forks synchronized" left me with more questions than answers so I wanted to leave feed back on the article to ask for some clarifications.

When I tried to click the "Provide feedback about this article" link, I got an error saying that to form was broken (see screenshot below) and that I should contact the site owner....



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Hi Kat, thanks for letting us know! I've contacted the Documentation team and they will fix it. 

Have a nice day :)


I just posted the same as I wasn't able to find this in the search, this has been broken for over a year now and I am still having issues.  I believe most, if not every site is broken as I have tried several, but today I tried: https://confluence.atlassian.com/hipchatdc3/set-up-a-small-scale-hipchat-data-center-cluster-939689319.html

The formatting in the articles is horrendous and I cannot easily read instructions, and there is not way to leave feedback as the errors out.

Hi Jorge,

We have since found that this problem was more common than we originally thought.   Please see the related thread https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bamboo-questions/Unable-to-provide-feedback-to-the-Bamboo-installation-website/qaq-p/831066

In it, we provide steps you can take to clear old cookie/caches that can cause this particular feedback error.   This problem is known to occur on browser sessions that have stale data in regards to id.atlassian.com and/or jira.atlassian.com

By clearing these cookies you can then use this feedback form again.  We are investigating a better long term solution to this problem, but these steps should help you get past this particular error.

FINALLY!!!! Thanks! I have been unable to leave feedback for a year+.  This did the trick.  

PLEASE ADD A LINK/INSTRUCTIONS IN THE "Oops.....something went wrong" box to let users know how to resolve!   Without that, it is as useless as a broken "click here if broken" button or a complaint line that rings the busy tone.

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