Email content to a wiki page?

Does anyone know if there is a way to add content to a wiki page other than an expensive plugin? Ultimately I want to create a feedback box at the bottom of the page that sends the feedback to another wiki page.



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A simple way to implement feedback functionality is to create a page called "Feedback".

Now you can create a "add comment"- Link to the "Feedback" page. This link can be inserted in all pages you want to have feedback for. By clicking the link the user will be forwarded to the "Feedback" page with an already opened comment window.

To create the "add comment" Link for the Feeback page:

  • Click "add comment" on the "Feedback" page
  • copy the browser url
  • Now you can use this url in every page you want to have feedback for
    • simply create a link with whis url

Hi Sandro,

It's an interesting idea, and I didn't realize you could do that, but I don't want feedback givers to see other feedback or to be redirected.

Thanks for the suggestion though.


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