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Edit option with comment on blog and document

Hello All,

As you must aware of functionality that we can comment on any thread N no. of time and till the time nobody replied back to our comment we can edit it also, but as soon someone replied to our thread we can't edit it. This is good functionality but why don't we have same kind of functionality in blogs or document. In blogs and document people can edit and change their comment after someone replied to them also.

Can we have same kind of functionality like thread in blogs and documents also. ?


Regards,

Chandra

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  • Posted on Jan 12, 2014 at 11:15 AM

    Hi - Documents are meant to be collaborative updated with new information as it becomes available, by the author or other members. the document versioning feature allows members to see previous versions and edits.

    The same could be said about blog posts: there cases where new information becomes available or things change an the author would like to add a warning and perhaps a link to a new post.

    Editing was deactivated on discussion threads to prevent abuses that I haven't seen done on blog posts or documents. What are the reasons for suggesting this?

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    • Jason Lax Chandra Shekhar Agarwal

      That's what we have discussions for: there's nothing more annoying than a discussion starting within the comments of a document or blog post. I refuse to answer queries posted in a comment and ask the member to create a new discussion if they want a reply.

  • Posted on Jan 13, 2014 at 07:21 AM

    Interesting observation !!

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