Site icon SumTips Allows Readers to Correct Mistakes in Website Content

Not every blogger is a professional writer, so there are bound to be occasional typos and grammatical errors in a post. Usually when a visitor comes across such an error, they leave a comment on the post informing about the mistake. If you want a better means of user feedback, check out is an interesting new tool that aims to help website and blog owners in correcting mistakes in their articles by implementing a crowd-based editing service. Once set up, when a visitor spots a mistake in a post, they can simply select the text, type-in the correction, and submit the changes in order for the admin to make the correction. Admin are instantly notified of the user feedback via an email.

Setting up works similar to Google Analytics or Thinglink – you just have to add a JavaScript code snippet to your website.


On the configuration page, you can set the minimum and maximum submittable characters through the form. Four combinations are available to activate the form, pick the one your users would best respond to.

It’s that simple to setup. If you are running a WordPress site, there’s a plugin available. Joomla and Drupal plugins would also be available soon. is free and will remain free, though additional premium features are planned to offset the costs of running the application.

All-in-all, forms are unobtrusive to website visitors and is really simple to use. Follow below link to try it for yourself.


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