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At 15:31, Jan 15, 2014
Thanks for joining our community.
Since you're new, feel free to take the to learn about how things work around here.
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At 10:48, Apr 05, 2014
The warnings are not suitable for young children.Please take down the warning
At 12:17, Apr 05, 2014
I'm sorry I must have messaged you by mistake sorry
At 13:48, Apr 06, 2014
At 14:17, Apr 06, 2014
Thanks so very much for the Thumb's Up on my edit of Make the Best of It -- I appreciate it!!
At 15:08, Apr 06, 2014
Your welcome Sir.
At 18:45, Apr 06, 2014
I just wanted to drop by to welcome you here - Thanks so much for helping out with patrolling! How do you like it so far? I know it can be a bit tricky at first, so do feel free to ask for feedback and ask questions as you go! It's best to skip over any changes you're not sure about at first, but you'll get the hang of all the ins and outs in no time.
Have you checked out How to Patrol Recent Changes yet? It has some really good advice about what to do with different kinds of edits - I found it handy when I started! Here are the basics out of that article for you, in case you want to take a look and do some more patrolling:
- Article edits: If they're accurate and helpful additions that don't just repeat existing advice in the article, keep them. If they're vandalism or involve unnecessary inclusions of brand names or external links, roll them back. If they are helpful but are not in wikiHow style, format, or the edit contains mistakes, do aQuick Editto fix the edit.
- User pages: A person's own user page is generally fair game for any edits. Only roll-back or question the contents of the page or edit if it's clearly vandalism or contains abusive content.
- Talk pages: Generally, messages between talk pages that aren't vandalism or abuse are fine, too. You can mark them as patrolled, most of the time.
- Discussion pages: Read through the comments before marking as patrolled. Generally, most comments here are fine to patrol, but if you see obvious or repeat spamming, abusive or offensive content, you can roll it back.
I hope you stick around and keep at it! You're off to a good start, and we can always use the help! I'm always curious to hear - what brought you to wikiHow?
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At 04:25, Apr 08, 2014
Thanks For thumbs Up :)
At 13:41, Apr 08, 2014
Hey! Thanks for the thumbs up :)
At 17:00, Apr 08, 2014
NowIgiveyoua thumbs up for the thumbs upyougaveme!
Keep up the good work in RC!
At 17:09, Apr 08, 2014
Just a heads-up - I saw you marked patrolled. Read it closely - it's not about skateboarding any more, heh. Look out for vandalism like that so that you can roll it back - thanks :)
At 17:38, Apr 08, 2014
I am not a sir. ;) I'm a Miss.
At 17:46, Apr 08, 2014
No stress, Hari - I know it's tricky at first. But yeah, just go slowly and skip any edits you're not totally sure about, and you'll be good to go. Thanks so much for the reply :)
At 20:55, Apr 08, 2014
Thank you for the thumbs up!
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At 18:00, Apr 09, 2014
Thanks for the wikiPhoto request! I'll pass that on for you, and hopefully some great screenshots can be added. Thanks for the message :)
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At 16:13, Apr 10, 2014
Haha, thanks for the thumbs back :)
At 19:27, Apr 10, 2014
Thanks for your edits on . I'll pass the request on - thank you!
At 00:17, Apr 12, 2014
Thanks for the message! It was a great edit :)
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At 18:43, Apr 12, 2014
Of course! My specialty:)
At 16:27, Apr 13, 2014
Great! Thanks and your welcome once again! How do you like your user page? Snowy:)
At 21:23, Apr 13, 2014
At 20:10, Apr 14, 2014
Thanks for the edit you made on How to . Looks good!
At 12:27, Apr 16, 2014
thanks for the thumbs up
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At 22:01, Apr 27, 2014
Thanks for the wikiVisual request - I'll pass it on for ya :)
At 21:28, Apr 28, 2014
Just a quick heads-up that I renamed your article to to help it comply with our . In general, if you're writing about a particular program, it's a good idea to put the name in the title. If you have questions, let me know! Thanks for the helpful article :)
At 16:29, Apr 29, 2014
Okie doke, no problem! Thanks for understanding. If you want to write an article about the same subject with a few different approaches/methods in it, then the general title would be the way to go! It's just when something is only about one particular topic, we try to keep the title topic-focused too. Tanks Hari!
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At 17:30, Nov 13, 2014
Welcome back! Thanks for your help with patrolling. I noticed you approved this spam link addition, so I rolled it back:
Please make sure to look out for stuff like this and press "rollback" as you're patrolling. I just happened to see it, but if I hadn't, that spam would've stayed in the article for a long time...we really count on our patrollers to be the most important line of defense!
Hope things are good on your end :)
At 02:55, Nov 17, 2014
Thanks so much for your help with the spellchecker tool. I saw your spelling fix on How to Make a Creamsicle -- "creamsicle" seemed to be the correct word, but I could be mistaken. I know those kinds of words can be tricky, so please be sure to press No whenever you find any words that are correct! They will be whitelisted that way and our silly software will be fooled ;)
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks again for your help!
At 02:52, Nov 19, 2014
Hey, I noticed you've been using the mobile version of our spellchecker tool! What do you think of it? Any suggestions for how we can improve it?
At 19:41, Nov 19, 2014
Right on. Do you use wikiHow on your phone more now?
At 21:38, Apr 08, 2015
Great to see you back here - how've you been?
I just came across the new article you started on How to Change the Date in Linux. Looks great so far! I hope you don't mind - I did a little bit of editing to help it meet the guidelines in our Writer's Guide. Can you take a look and let me know what you think? I hope you like it, but don't worry if not - no changes on wikiHow are irreversible, and you're welcome to edit on it more, too. I'll go ahead and promote it live for readers, though - congrats!
At 18:16, Jun 17, 2015
Great to see you back again! How are things going?
At 05:31, Jun 30, 2015
You're welcome! How's everything?
At 16:17, Aug 09, 2015
Hi there! a well deserved thumbs up! kind regards, Sarah
At 17:11, Sep 25, 2015
Oops! It looks like you accidentally added a less helpful tip while working on Tips Patrol just now. That's okay though; you're still learning, and it can be tricky at first!
If you haven't already, read our article on and give it another try! If you have any questions about adding tips, don't hesitate to reach out to the Help Team.
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