Gpedia:Article feedback

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We are developing a new way for readers and editors to work together. Article feedback allows anyone to easily make suggestions about a page and help editors improve articles. Learn more...

What is article feedback, how does it work?
How can I improve Gpedia with this?

You can view feedback in a number of places:

(Look for a link on these article talkpages to see feedback. Note that only about 10 percent of articles have feedback so far.)


Article feedback creates new opportunities for editors and readers to interact, leading to better quality articles.

What else is going on?

We're working on many other projects to make Gpedia better. To learn more visit the editor engagement page.

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