We’re launching a commenting system on our site - here’s how to have your say on what’s happening in Fife

We’re launching a commenting community on our Fife Today website so we can encourage positive discussion around pressing issues.
Commenting is now live on FifeToday.Commenting is now live on FifeToday.
Commenting is now live on FifeToday.

Whether you’re sharing with a friend and adding your thoughts or commenting on our social media channels, we want to encourage positive discussions around our content. And that’s why we have now also launched a commenting system directly on our website.

Here, you can comment on the articles reporting on issues that matter to you the most, and those which stir up some feeling that directs you to your keyboard. We want to know what you think both as a way to inform our content and to grow our understanding of the communities we serve.

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Commenting is easy enough to do. All you need to do is click on the comment button at the top of any article and you’ll be redirected to the comments section at the bottom. Here you can add your thoughts and if they agree with our guidelines, it will shortly be posted to the site.

Please read our community guidelines here before commenting

Our commenting tool also allows readers to engage with polls we will be inserting in our articles.

How to set up an account to comment

Our commenting community is now live. To get involved, you’ll need an account on our website. If you’re already registered, then you’re all set up to begin commenting. If not, you’ll need to click the ‘Sign In’ button at the top of our website.

It’s free to create an account and once you're registered, you’ll also be able to see the results of polls we do.

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In order to leave comments on websites within the National World network, all users must register and login to comment on stories, in accordance with our website Terms and Conditions and Privacy notice. You can edit a comment up to five minutes after you post the comment. You cannot remove a comment once the five-minute window closes. National World generally does not remove comments once they have been shared in the conversation unless the comment violates the Community Guidelines.

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