What do you mean by “comments”?
Comments let you apply notes, questions, or observations to a passage on a wiki page — it’s kind of like slapping a Post-it note onto the wiki page. Because they’re linked to a specific part of the page, comments show you exactly which words they’re about (unlike with an email or discussion post). And because the comments can be revealed or collapsed, they let you look at a page as either as an appreciative audience or a critical editor, depending on your needs.
external image comments2.pngOK, I’m sold. How do I leave a comment?
  1. Edit a page.
  2. Highlight the word, phrase, or paragraph that you want to comment on. Now the comment icon in the editor toolbar will be live. It looks like a cartoon conversation bubble.
  3. Click the comments icon to open a new comment box.
  4. Type your comment into the box.
  5. Make any additional edits or add any additional comments to the page.
  6. When you’re done, hit Save. (There’s no need to save comments individually.)
How can I find comments that have already been left?
As soon as a page has at least one saved comment, you will see a small, yellow conversation bubble to the right of the page contents. The number on this bubble indicates the number of saved comments. You can click on this bubble to hide or reveal comments on that page.
Comments are also recorded on the Discussion tab for that page. If you have only one Discussion page for the whole wiki, you can find the comments there. Either way, discussion posts that originated as comments will have “Comment Added” subjects, so you always know what you’re looking at.
What if I want to respond to a posted comment?
Nothing could be simpler:
  1. Edit the page.
  2. Click Reply in the appropriate comment box.
  3. Type your reply.
  4. Save the page.
I’m a little more visual. Can I add images or files to comments?
external image comments3.pngSure. Just remember that comment box isn’t very big so, for best results, use smaller images. Just keep on using the editor toolbar, as if you were editing any other part of the page.