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Request for a more immediate way to jump to more detailed info
I think these nice quick user-friendly guides are great. And I noticed there's a jump off to "More detailed information →" at Help:Using talk pages - but currently people only see that if they work through to the summary tab at the end. I suggest some kind of link also be added to the front page, so users directed here who immediately decide they want something more detailed can go off to it. Thanks Eversense (talk) 22:07, 27 December 2011 (UTC)
- Done with this edit. Sorry for a (very) late answer to your post :-) benzband (talk) 10:07, 8 April 2012 (UTC)
- @Akhil7Cena: Go to Wikipedia:Requests for page protection and follow the instructions there. -- John of Reading (talk) 16:25, 8 August 2017 (UTC)
Summary seems to conflict with talk page template
The article specifically states, in summary:
Leave a message on the talk page for this Introduction by clicking the Talk tab above. You might want to try responding to someone else's comment too."
However, the talk page template itself (above) says: "This talk page is for comments or discussion on how to improve the Help:Introduction to talk pages/1 page."
I also noticed an edit in September that removed the ==Feel free to leave comments here== section. I don't want to just randomly put it back, but without it there is a clear conflict on what people should do.
- Agree. Should a link rather be added in the #Try It! section and direct the user to Wikioedia:Draft_talk or something similar? 5CR1PT3D1AN (talk) 21:11, 5 April 2020 (UTC)