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From "Dave Brondsema" <>
Subject [allura:tickets] #4905 subscribe to a wiki [ss518]
Date Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:37:58 GMT
- **status**: code-review --> in-progress
- **Comment**:

I think it would be best to avoid the adjacent icons altogether.  Even if we did find/create
a new icon it would still inherently be very similar to the existing icon since they do similar

Instead, I would put the new button on the sidebar instead of in the action bar for the page.
 The action bar is all things that are per-page, so it would be best to keep that commonality
and put the button to subscribe to the whole wiki elsewhere.  I think the sidebar is good,
it also give us room to make a text button "Subscribe to wiki" and even include the mail icon
if we want.  One downside is that some wikis have enabled the option to hide the left side
bar on wiki pages.  But you can still get the left bar if you go to the search or browse page.

We should also have a simple test for the controller method.


** [tickets:#4905] subscribe to a wiki [ss518]**

**Status:** in-progress
**Milestone:** forge-sep-19
**Labels:** support p3 42cc 
**Created:** Tue Sep 11, 2012 06:32 PM UTC by Chris Tsai
**Last Updated:** Thu Sep 11, 2014 07:32 PM UTC
**Owner:** Igor Bondarenko



>Is it possible for a developer to subscribe to all documentation updates within all pages
of a wiki? For me as an admin, this seems to be the case without further action, but I did
not find out how a developer can switch this on or off.

>Kind regards,

Probably not huge demand for this, but still, it makes sense to me.


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