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:Tip: [[FamilySearch Wiki:Sign your posts on talk pages|Sign your name]] on talk pages by adding four tildes (<nowiki>~~~~</nowiki>) after your question; this will automatically produce your username and the time, aiding the flow of discussion.
 
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Welcome aboard! We're glad you wish to help develop FamilySearch Wiki, and hope you enjoy participating in its community as much as we do. As a new contributor however, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer size and scope of this project... but don't worry, it will become easier and clearer as you go, and if you have any problems, there will always be other FamilySearch Wikians happy to help. There are some resources set forth below to help you get started. Good luck and have fun! -- The FamilySearch Wiki Welcoming Committee

One of the best places to get started with genealogy research is Principles of Family History Research. If you would like to learn about contributing to the wiki start with Contributor Help.

If you get stuck, the following people have volunteered to give you a helping hand learning the ropes:

Tip: Sign your name on talk pages by adding four tildes (~~~~) after your question; this will automatically produce your username and the time, aiding the flow of discussion.