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Comments stick to a shared page

Person A shares a page with Person B. Person C comments the generated timeline post. Some time later Person D shares the same page with Person F (so there is no connection to the first sharing). Now the comment of person C sticks to the timeline post generated by D sharing the page with F. This is a big issue since the comment of C has no contextual connection to the sharing of D.

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  • AdminSven Hoffmann (Product Manager, COYO) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hey Kerstin & Thomas, I see the point. This was done to have shares consistent. When sharing a blog article you usually want to see the comments on the article also under the share (since it reflects a discussion about it's content). For pages and workspaces, though, it does not make so much sense. We will have a look into this.

  • Thomas Plonka commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You're right, Kerstin. My original example becomes an even bigger problem as it already is, if Person D shares the page with a question to person F. In this case the old commentary of C answers the new question of D and creates a wrong (and potentially dangerous) context.

  • Kerstin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    And (even worse) there is no difference whether content is shared in a public or private area (e.g. protected workspace). All comments appear under the original post :-(

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