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Originally from OmittingEmailInWebNotify:

Add a button in the WebNotify page to automatically add oneself to the page.

-- WalterMundt - 08 Jan 2003

IMHO this is very low priority issue. That's why:

  • You do it only once per life per web. Low intensity.
  • You need to be authorised anyway, and we have different ways to do it, and Twiki can be set not remember remote users. From behind firewall, all users has same IP address, IIRC.
  • You need special script to do it. It needs to lock page, etc. Another script for non-interactive page editing. We have many of them ==>complexity:
  • When editing a page, you have your username ready to copy-paste at usual location. Just do it!

I downgraded this page to FeatureBrainstorming. I definitely do not request this feature, is not important to me, nor it is ice-breaker for my users to like Twiki more.

Of course, the one who has working code wins all arguments. wink

-- PeterMasiar - 09 Jan 2003

In the meantime this can easily be done using CommentPlugin.

Just add these lines to UserTemplates:

%TMPL:DEF{PROMPT:webnotify}%<input %DISABLED% type="submit" value="Sign up for email notifications" />%TMPL:END%


Then add this line to WebNotify


This will look like:

Unfortunately you'll have to throw out %INCLUDE{WebChangesAlert}% (I did not yet figure out why).

-- ChristopherHuhn - 26 Aug 2005

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