Use the glossary issue tracker to track enhancements, problems, ideas or other requests regarding a given glossary.
The tracker helps you collect feedback from the community about your terminology.
You can opt to receive notifications whenever an issue is updated with a new comment so you're always in the loop.
Note: If you don't need the tracker for a specific glossary, you can disable it on the glossary's Settings/Options page.
A glossary collaborator can create an issue to start a discussion with other collaborators on the glossary.
Collaborators can comment on it to share their ideas.
When a solution is found and the issue has been addressed, the issue can be closed.
The Issues tab only shows all open issues, but a link on the page also lets you see issues that have already been closed.
Note: By default, only collaborators with editing rights can create an issue for a glossary.
Collaborators with read-only rights will not be able to create issues for the glossary.
However, the glossary creator can change these settings in the glossary’s Issues tab.
For public glossaries, you can allow all Interpreters' Help members to create issues so the whole community can help improve your glossary.