Wikipedia:Article Feedback Tool/Version 5/Video
Welcome to Article Feedback V5, a new feature from Wikimedia Foundation that aims to help readers to contribute productively on Wikipedia. This quick video tour (3:50) shows how readers can use this new tool to give suggestions -- and how editors can make improvements to articles based on that feedback. This video was created and narrated by Wikimedia product manager Fabrice Florin.
To learn more, read this Walkthrough tutorial -- or check this Help page. If you have any questions about Article feedback, please contact our Community Liaison or join the discussion on the AFT5 talk page.
Please note that that only about 5 percent of articles on the English Wikipedia have feedback so far, as part of a gradual deployment for this feature. To see some of this feedback, check out this central feedback page. To see if an article has feedback, look for a link at the top of its talk page.
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Tech note: This is an .ogv version of this video tour (based on the open video compression format from Theora). This format is widely supported by modern browsers such as Firefox and Chrome, but may not play on some browsers, such as Safari -- or mobile platforms like iOS. Some of these browsers (e.g.: desktop version of Safari) will give you the option to quickly install a Theora-compatible driver when you view this page.
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More information about this screencast is available on this video page.