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   Description:The Feedback Form is a small module I wrote for my own application, to use while testing it.  It makes it fairly easy to add a small form to any page for users to share comments, questions, bugs or other information.  Once information is submitted, staff is informed of the feedback through an automated email.  This is a first version for internal use, and anyone is more than welcome to make upgrades to it.

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   Category: Collaboration
   Current Version:1.1
   Previous Versions:1
   Last Update:31 Jan 2019

   Browser Support:Chrome 60.x and above
Internet Explorer 11.x and above



User Comments:

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| Anonymous, 19 Nov 2015
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| Anonymous, 20 Nov 2015
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| Anonymous, 22 Nov 2015
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| Anonymous, 23 Nov 2015
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