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How to use

This template can be used on talk pages to show clearly that a section of discussion has been resolved, so that each editor does not have to re-read the section.

You may either use {{done}} by itself for the default message or you may add a custom message as an optional parameter.

Template Result
{{done}}  Done
{{done|Custom message}}  Custom message

Example

I think the article is biased in favour of the school. --John

I agree, especially the part about the student body. --Jane
I actually think it gives fair coverage, I read an article about it online. --George
It would be great if you could add that article as a reference, so there's proof. Thanks, --John
 Done I added it today, so that should be sorted out. --George
Smiley.svg Thank you. -- John

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