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"Mark as read" feature

Hi there. I wanted to see if anyone knows of a way to implement a "Mark as read" function within a wiki page. Thank you!

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Hi @Ezana Ceman ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

You can create a task, associate to a specific user

Hope this helps,


Hi @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_

Thank you for your response. I am aware of the in-line comment & assigning features however, what I'm asking about is if there is a way to implement a button on the top of each page called "Read" or anything along those lines where a user can individually mark pages as read so that they know what they reviewed already.

Hi @Ezana Ceman 

You can try to use Forge/Connect to create your own app and deploy it on your instance, or search the marketplace for an app which does exactly what you ask (I'm not familiar with one to be honest). But as Fabio implied from his answer, this can't be done out of the box. You can try this app

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Hi @Alex Koxaras _Relational_Thank you for the recommendations. I will definitely check out the app you mentioned!

Nice! Kindly accept then Fabio's answer as accepted in order to help others to find the proper solution to similar questions. Thank you!

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Hey @Alex Koxaras _Relational_ ,

I hope that the best way to report your comment in a separated answer so that @Ezana Ceman can accept your answer. It is more simple to read the answer itself and not each single comment within.

You're great!

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