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With some work, yes. You can create I would think discussion-board for the Q&A style, and with the rating, you can have a custom user control that will have your up and down button. There would be a list, let's call it 'Votes', that would track all upvotes and downvotes. The upvote would add a new vote item to bind that user's vote to that listitem ID, ...


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Out of the box, it's not possible to get notifications unless you are mentioned or replied to. All Newsfeed settings can be found at About Me > Edit > ... > Newsfeed settings Reference: Change your newsfeed settings


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Word lets people edit files simultaneously (if you don't force a check-out for editing - works on office 2010 and 2013 (haven't tested earlier versions)), and add Comments to specific areas of text using the review tools (and edit the text as well) all linked to the account editing the document. If you want it all in browser, you can try installing Office ...


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If you are using SP2013/2010, there is a feature for what exactly you are looking for. 1) Go to the document library. 2) Select a document(by clicking the check-box). 3) Open the Library tab from the ribbon on the top. 4) Click on the "Tags and Notes" link on the ribbon. 5) Click on the "Note Board" tab on the Popup. 6) Write your comment and ...


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This is possible out of the box by using versioning for a document library or a list. This will allow a user to to leave a comment on each version of a document or listitem that gets checked in. To describe versioning shortly ( From the link ): Versioning is the method by which successive iterations of a document are numbered and saved. ...


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I have two possible options for you to consider: Using the existing list, remove the permission setting, and filter the view to Created By equals [Me]. Then, edit the web part on the page and in the Advanced or Misc section (can't remember off hand) disallow the user to switch views. This is a soft security solution, which might work for say IT but ...


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Actually i was able to update the Created, Author, Modified and Editor fields for the Discussions and Replies. It turned out to be pretty straight forward. Below is the code snippet of how i did this. newSPReply[SPBuiltInFieldId.Created] = replyResultset.GetDateTime(1); newSPReply["Author"] = getUserIDByLogonName(repliedBy); ...



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