如何在维基媒体基金会运营的wiki上获得结构式讨论：on the Request page（英语）。
当你启用结构式讨论时，一个名为“Flow talk page manager”的机器人账户会执行以下操作：
当您停用结构式讨论时，“Flow talk page manager”会执行以下操作:
Flow talk page manager 启用结构化讨论时可能会延迟。
如果您想重命名、删除或恢复一个结构式讨论的版块，请参见the Administration page。
Activation of Structured Discussions on user talk pages is not done anymore outside of the Beta feature. Only communities which reaches a consensus to activate Structured Discussions can request the activation and get the Beta feature.
Get Structured Discussions on a page other than a talk page
Structured Discussions are not available as a Beta Feature
If your community has a consensus to try Structured Discussions on a specific page, you have to request activation.
Someone from the Wikimedia Foundation will manually activate the Flow talk page manager for that page.
The activation process will be the same as described above.
Sysops on wikis that have Structured Discussions as a Beta Feature have the right to create, move and delete Structured Discussions boards.
To activate flow, go to
Special:EnableStructuredDiscussions on your wiki. Type the name of the page on the first form. The second textarea allows you to pre-fill the Board Description. The activation process will be the same as described above.
Page moves are done like any other page.
Delete a Structured Discussion Board is done like any other page. However, if you want to archive the Board, move it to a sub-page before.
You can identify which gadget or script is not compatible by locating it. When you have found the problematic script or gadget, please contact script/gadget's author, your local script/gadget project or the administrators.
If you still have a problem, unselect all gadgets and clear all scripts from your account, save the changes, clear your cache. Then re-enable all gadgets and scripts.
If then you still have a problem, please contact the Growth team.
It is not possible to use Search to find Structured Discussions topics and contents for now
Special:Search page does not includes Structured Discussions topics. It requires a lot of resources to be integrated and maintained. This is scheduled to be done in October-December 2017.
On top of a Board is an option to filter topics.
- "最新话题" will show you topics stored by when they have been created.
- "最近活跃的话题" will show you topics as they have been updated, most recent first. Resolve a topic updates it.
Editing, like many other actions is accessible through the three-dots menu.
Autoconfirmed users can edit any message, to fix problems or look at the wikitext.
When a message is edited, a new entry is added to the History page. The username of the last editor who changes the message is displayed below the message itself, on the timestamp. To see the differences between the edits, click on the timestamp.
When you edit a message, all basic editing applies.
The title itself can also be edited. In the ... menu next to the topic's title, select "Edit title".
Summarizing a topic will help people to understand what happened in the Topic. It can be done anytime: during the conversation to summarize what happened, or at the end after a decision is made. Summarizing the topic will be suggested when you mark a topic as resolved.
Logged-in users can summarize a Topic.
Resolving a topic hides all answers for that topic, and a check mark is added to the Topic title. Summarizing the topic will be suggested when you mark a topic as resolved. You can expand a resolved Topic by clicking on the Title or on the Summary. You can re-open a Topic anytime, by clicking on the Topic's menu (three dots icon). You need to reopen a topic to do any administrative actions (hide, delete, suppress).
A resolved topic is identified by a grey font color on the table of contents.
Logged-in users can resolve a topic.
If you want to only have a start-a-new-topic page, with nothing else around, use
You can receive many informations about Structured Discussions with the Notifications.
Actions with notifications
Highlight new messages
If you click on a notification for a new message, a blue highlighting will be displayed on the side of all new messages for the given Topic.
Highlight mentions or thanks
If you click on a notification for a mention or a thank on a Structured Discussions board, the message where the mention is has a green highlighting.
Actions from notifications
You can unwatch a topic from notifications. Click on the ... and then on "Stop watching activity".
You can turn off Structured Discussions notifications on your notifications preferences. Your watchlist will be still updated with a new line for every subject on a talk page you watch or a new line when someone answers a Topic you watch.
To watch a specific subject, click on the star on the top of the Topic, near of the title. It turns blue. If it is already blue, you already were watching this topic.
While watching, you will get a notification for every edit to this Topic, and a new line in your watch list.
When you create a Topic, you are auto-subscribed to this Topic.
Watch a Talk page
To watch a whole page, click on the star on the top of the page, near of the search field. It turns blue. If it is already blue, you already were watching this page.
While watching, you get a notification for every new subject posted on this talk page. You will also get a watch list entry.
Like other pages on your wiki, a Board's permalink is the URL displayed on the browser's navigation bar, or, for internal links, the page title.
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User talk:Example and
[[User talk:Example]] are both permalinks to the whole board.
If you are on a Board, the Topic's permalink can be found by clicking on the three-dots icon, on the right side. If you are on the Topic itself, then the Topic's permalink is the URL displayed on the browser's navigation bar, or by clicking on the three-dots icon.
Topic links are formatted with a random sequence of characters, their universally unique identifier (UUID). This link does not currently have a hierarchical relationship between the Board and the Topic. Example :
The UUID enables a Topic's title to be changed, e.g. to make it clearer, without needing to worry about breaking any incoming links. It is also needed by some future features, where a Topic may be displayed on multiple boards, or multiple wikis. A URL using the title was not possible to create, because many topics have similar titles: "Hello", "Thank you", "I need your help", etc. We are studying a way to have more human-readable URLs, which will still include the unique ID.
A Post's permalink is reachable by clicking on the three-dots icon, on the right side of the message itself.
Post links are formatted with a Topic's permalink and an anchor to the Post itself.
In order to highlight a particular topic, some elements may be added by Flow to the URL you will have in your browser address bar. Copying this URL will still work.
Tip: If you include another Post's permalink in your own comment, then any user who clicks on that link will see the post highlighted by a green bar.
All groups of user rights mentioned on this document are the ones defines on MediaWiki.org.
However, configuration varies by wiki, so consult Special:ListGroupRights on the wiki you're interested in.
Posts and topics can be moderated in three different ways: hide, delete and suppress.
Some users can also edit or rename a Topic or a board, or mark a topic as resolved.
The following sections mention "posts", but everything also applies to topics.
It is not possible to carry out these actions when a topic has been "Marked as resolved". You have to reopen it first.
You can edit your own posts. Autoconfirmed users can edit Structured Discussions posts by other users.
By default, any user can hide a post; it uses the
A hidden post is replaced by a warning message. You can read the hidden post by clicking on the history link on the warning message. You will then access to the history page, where the message is struck through.
Anyone can unhide a post on the history page. If a post is unhidden, it becomes visible by anyone.
By default, any logged in user can mark a topic as resolved, or reopen it (making it no longer resolved).
By default, users in the sysop group can delete posts.
When it is done, the post is deleted. Sysops can restore the post on the History page.
Hidden topics that haven't been replied can be successfully deleted using
When it is done, the post is oversighted. Oversighters can restore the post on the History page.
Renaming a topic will only change the topic title. It will not move the page from the board.
A user can rename a board if they have the right to create a Structured Discussions board at the destination name.
For example, if the destination is a Structured Discussions namespace, any user can move the board to there.
If a user has the "在任意位置创建结构式讨论版块" (
flow-create-board) right, they can create a page working on Structured Discussions in any location; that means they can move a Structured Discussions board to any location.
Deleting a board requires the same privileges as deleting any page. When you delete a board, all topics linked to this board are inaccessible to all users, except sysops (like any deleted page). When you restore a board, all topics are visible again.
Like all pages on a wiki, it is possible to semi-protect or protect a Structured Discussions board. Blocks are also handled normally. If you block a user without selecting the "编辑自己的讨论页" option, that user will still be able to create new topics on their personal talk page.
You can add categories:
- for a Board, in the board description,
- for a Topic, in the Summary.
Categories will work like on any other page. They will be displayed at the bottom of the Description sidebar.
It is possible to preload some contents with Structured Discussions. You can create a link with some parameters, and these parameters will preload the Title and the text fields.
To do this, you can use these two parameters on a Structured Discussions Board:
topiclist_preloadtitle=- will preload the Title field with the text you add after the =
topiclist_preload=- will preload the text field with a page (usually as subpage) that you call after the = (does not works with simple text)
- Preload "Welcome" on a new topic on Talk:Sandbox:
- Preload "Add title" on a new topic title and preload the content of a subpage (Talk:Sandbox/sub) in the text field:
- If there is no content on given page, nothing is preloaded.
It is not possible to preload the Summary at the moment.
It is not possible to preload Templates at the moment.
It is not possible to preload simple text on the message field:
topiclist_preload=Hello will not work.
It is not possible to add preloadparams.
- Use magic words like canonicalurl or urlencode to be sure your link will work with special characters or spaces on your wiki.
The shortcuts shown below are for PC, and may be different on Mac (usually replacing CTRL with ⌘ Cmd). You can press CTRL+/ (⌘ Cmd+/ on Mac) from within Structured Discussions to see the latest available shortcuts on your device.
If you have ideas for new useful commands, or have noticed problems with the existing ones, please let us know on the Feedback Page.
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