When someone edits a wiki page, Phabricator currently sends emails with this content:
USER edited the document content. DOCUMENT DIFF https://.../phriction/diff/1/?l=1&r=2 DOCUMENT DETAIL https://.../w/
This is usually not enough for the user to decide whether the change is interesting enough, whether they should click on the link or not. Both the edit-note as well as the actual changes are missing in this email. Thus this kind of email is regarded by users as effectively spam: It comes in large quantities and contains almost no information.
For pages being created, however, Phabricator emails contain this information:
USER created this document. DOCUMENT CONTENT ... DOCUMENT DETAIL https://.../w/
It would be great if the email could include the edit-note as well as the actual diff, along with a link to the diff on the webpage, so one could see immediately what the change was about. Or at least include a diffstat, so one could destinguish a small from a big change.