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Need pop up on clicking a button.

I want to a dialogue box to appear, as soon as the user press publish button in confluence. 

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There is no way to do this.  Confluence is designed to be easy to use, and popping dialogues on publish gets in the way, it's a poor thing to do to an author.

Could you explain what problem you are trying to solve with this idea?

After the author has done with creating or capturing any project or  idea on a page  and presses the publish button, I want a pop-up which asks the author

1)Do you want to add any labels to the page? if not added


2) As soon as he starts typing in the label section, then set of rules for writing labels should appear to avoid unmeaningful labels like- "Hi", "and", "you" etc. 


3) If the author provides non-meaningful labels like the above, we can send him an alert through a pop-up window. 


Please help in resolving any of the above. 

There's no way to do any of those things. 

I like #2, the number of crummy useless labels I see on stuff is really annoying.  The community here could use some guidance too - people are currently generating around 80 bad ones every day - unnecessary plurals, mis-splet words and useless words (like you say, "and" and "you")

But for 1 and 3, you can get apps that would let you write something that could at least report a problem with a poorly written label.  A lot of admins run reports on labels regularly, so that they can weed out the bad ones.  That's a good thing to do, when you can't stop people using poor ones.

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