Help:Editing

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Metadata

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Editing features

  • Article can be edited by any logged-in user.
  • Each time an edit is made a version of the old article is saved to the article history.
  • An Edit summary must be added to describe what changes were made.
  • An edited article can be previewed before saving.
  • The saved article is instantly published live.
  • History of article to show all edits including the date saved, user, and a summary of changes.
    • The changes made between two article versions can be compared.
    • Any version can be restored to the current live article.

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