Usage[edit source]

This template is useful 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. It is also useful on user pages of notes, to mark completed tasks.

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}} GreenCheck.pngDoneDone
{{done|Custom message}} GreenCheck.pngDoneCustom message

Example[edit source]

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

I agree, especially the part about the student body. --wikipedia:User:Jane
I actually think it gives fair coverage, I read a paper about it online. --wikipedia:User:George
It would be great if you could add that paper as a reference, so there's proof. Thanks, --wikipedia:User:John
GreenCheck.pngDoneDone I added it today, so that should be sorted out. --wikipedia:User:George

See also[edit source]

Check marks and Cross marks
Check marks Cross marks
{{Check mark}} YesY {{X mark big}} Red XN
{{Tick}} = {{Tick|20}} YesY {{Cross}} = {{Cross|20}} N
{{Y}}, {{aye}} Green tickY {{N}}, {{nay}} Red XN
{{Check mark-n}} YesY {{X mark-n}} NoN
{{Y&}} {{N&}}
File:☑.svg Check mark.svg File:☒.svg U+2612.svg
Other marks
{{n.b.}} Nota bene* {{?}}, {{hmmm}} Blue question mark?
{{bang}} Symbol opinion vote.svg
Most of the templates above are fully sortable in a class="sortable" table (each check mark is assigned an undisplayed "Y" and each cross mark an undisplayed "N").

External links[edit source]