This is a Demo page where you can try Talk Plugin in action. Feel free to add, edit and delete comments anywhere you want. The video and the typical workflow below reveal Talk's main features and explain how to use it.
|question||[~guest1], this is the first comment on this page. :) Read below how to manage Talk comments.|
Confluence has no out-of-the-box functionality that inserts comments on directly to the pages. And standard Confluence comments may be an awkward way to discuss some content details. Talk Plugin solves the problem and improves your team communication providing a nice and easy way for inline commenting.
For adding the first comment, you will need to insert the Talk macron in the Edit mode.
Please, add the Talk macro below.
|question||To be, or not to be: that is the question|
|question||Please reply to me!|
You can use plain text or wiki markup
Try to type something like *bold* or _italic_ in reply.
|question||Try to type something like *bold* or _italic_ in reply.|
|question||Hey, Guest One, I mentioned you! In real Confluence you'd get an email and a Worbox notificiation about this comment.|
Mentions help get your team more involved. Try and type @gue in your comment to mention the user Guest One.
Try to edit or delete comments.
Notifications are not configured in this Demo. However, you can see the screen shot below to get a better understanding of the idea
Resolve and hide discussions
When the question is solved, click Resolve and the discussion will be removed from the page.