Our organization has a Confluence site for users to submit forms. I want to see if there is a way to implement context sensitive help. All I want to do is this - I have a form or a page, and I want the user to be able to click or hover over something (a link or hotspot) and pop open a box without leaving the page, and close it.
I am a front end user only with no access to the back end (although I can edit pages). I don't need a real-time, Robohelp like solution, I would be willing to put the help text in myself. Looking for recommendations. If it can be done with CSS, it would be great to get the script. Thanks everyone!
Hi @Karen Tavares Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
You may try inline comment to see if that works for your requirement. This is how you can add an inline comment -
The selected text will appear with a yellow highlight indicating an inline comment; choose any highlighted text on the page to display the related comment(s).
Just like page and blog post comments, others can reply to, or like, your inline comments, and you'll be notified when they do.
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