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Lindi Sale
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Sep 22, 2023

We have a HR page on Confluence and we post updates, events, news etc. How do I build in a comments section under EACH post on a page instead of just having the Comments at the bottom of the page?

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Laura Campbell _Seibert Media_
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Sep 23, 2023

Hi @Lindi Sale and welcome to Community.

If I understand correctly, each new post or update is added to the same page. While users can create in-line comments directly on the text of the updates, there's no native way to create a comments section within a page. You can see if any of these apps would work for you.

My overall recommendation would be however to create new pages (or better yet, blog posts) for each update. This will help people find information more easily later on since they can search by the page title, and this will solve the commenting problem. You may want to create a space just for HR information in order to organize the pages if you have a lot to create.

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