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Notifications of Changes - Watching Pages

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New information can be added at any time to the pages for the localities you are researching. "Watch" those pages, and you will receive an email each time a page is updated. Click Watch in the upper right hand corner.
For example, if you are researching in Albany, New York, "Watch" the following pages:
Each time information is added to one of those pages, you will receive an e-mail.
You must be signed into the Wiki for this feature to work.
Main article: Help:Watchlist

Categories

Wiki Categories or Topics allow you to view articles that are related. You can review a Category Page to see all wiki pages on a particular topic.
See all categories here:
Some particularly useful categories, with a lot of information, can be found listed in the following articles:

Talk Pages

Is information missing that would make an article more complete? Add a note to the Talk Page to ask a question or request Wiki Contributors to add information to that page. To add a note:
  1. Click on the Talk tab in the upper left to get to the Talk page.
  2. Click to Edit this Page (you must be signed in with a FamilySearch account).

Navigating The Wiki

Note the 5 purple boxes on the right side of this page (Research Articles, Volunteer, Views, Toolbox, Personal tools). This is known as the "Navigation Bar" or "Nav Bar".
  • Personal Tools gives you links for your User page, your Talk page, and your Watchlist.
  • Volunteer includes articles to help you get started as a new contributor.
  • Learn more about these menus and how to use them.

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