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What does the "Resolve" in Paper do?

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What does the "resolve" link do in Paper comments? I tried it and the comment chain disappeared but what is the functionality behind resolving a comment mean? Is there a notice that goes out and where do the comment threads disappear to? Thanks

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Re: Resolve in Paper Comments

Hi Vinny, resolving the comments would be taken as confirmation that the comments were taken into consideration and either applied to the Paper doc, or considered not necessary.
Basically, if a comment is not considered relevant any more for whatever reason, resolving it would mean that it no longer applies to the current document. 
When a comment is resolved, no messages are sent out to anyone.
You can still see the resolved comments by clicking the ellipsis (…) and then Doc history.
Hope this info helps!

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