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Introduction to Tiny Comments

Tiny Comments provides the ability to add comments to the content and collaborate with other users for content editing.

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Note: This plugin is only available for paid TinyMCE subscriptions.

The Comments plugin provides the ability to start or join a conversation by adding comments to the content within the TinyMCE editor.

Collaborate on your projects within your content

The Comments plugin provides:

  • A user interface to collaborate on content by creating and replying to comments.
  • A way to control the delete and resolve operations on a comment or comment thread.

Primary Comments functions

The Comments plugin allows the user to perform the following functions:

  • Create a comment
  • Edit a comment
  • Reply to a comment
  • Lookup a comment
  • Resolve a comment thread
  • Delete a comment or comment thread

Interactive example

The following example shows how to configure the Comments plugin in embedded mode. For information on configuring the Comments plugin, see: Comments plugin Modes.

Getting started with the Comments plugin - Selecting a mode

The Comments plugin is available in two modes: Callback mode and Embedded mode.

Callback Mode
This is the default mode for the Comments plugin. This mode is used to store the comments outside the content on a server, such as a database. This mode requires a number of callback functions to handle comment data.
For instructions on configuring the Comments plugin in callback mode, see: Configuring the Comments plugin in callback mode
Embedded Mode
This mode stores the comments within the content. No callbacks need to be configured for this mode.
For instructions on configuring the Comments plugin in embedded mode, see: Configuring the Comments plugin Comments in embedded mode

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