Comment on a Wiki Entry

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How to Comment on a Wiki Entry

1. On the wiki topic page, select the wiki page you want to comment on.

2. Click Comment to add your thoughts.
3. Click Add. To view all the comments, expand the Comments link.
How to View Your Contributions

You can view a list of all the pages and versions you contributed or modified, and determine if you need to make edits.

On the wiki topic page, click My Contribution on the action bar. On the My Contribution page, you can view information about your contribution to the wiki in the content frame and the side panel.

My Contribution Page

A. Display Pages: On the action bar, use the Display Pages drop-down list to narrow what appears on the My Contribution page.

B. Wiki Instructions: Expand the section to view the instructions and any goals your instructor/leader may have aligned with the wiki.
C. Page Version: In the Page Version column, page titles appear with their corresponding version numbers. Click a title to view the page without annotated changes. The page opens in a new window. By default, the most recent page version is listed first.
D. User's Modification: In the User’s Modifications column, click a link to compare a page to its previous version. The page opens in a new window. Click the Legend tab to view the comparison with a legend or explanation of the formatting used to communicate version differences.
E. Wiki Details: In the sidebar, expand to view the information, including how many pages you contributed and edited, and how many comments you added to the wiki.
F. Grade: This section appears if your instructor/leader enabled grading for the wiki. You can see if your wiki pages have been graded.
G. Participation Summary: In the Participation Summary section, you can view Words Modified—which tallies any word added, deleted, or edited in all pages and each page’s versions—available in number count and percentage. Total Page Saves includes any time Submit is clicked on any Edit Wiki Page in the wiki—regardless of content being changed—available in number count and percentage.