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Welcome, Sandyfoxshea,

We are happy that you have joined the research community of FamilySearch Research Wiki. We want to help you enjoy your involvement in this wiki community.

You are not alone. I am one of several people on the Welcoming Committee for FamilySearch Wiki. Each of us wants to make your time on the Wiki a fulfilling, and worthwhile experience.

As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the scope of the Wiki. If and when you need help please contact me (Marilynbgardner49) for assistance. If I don’t know the answer, I will find someone who does.

Review the Wiki Tour to get you started and help

Thanks again and welcome aboard,
Marilynbgardner49 11:11, 25 January 2014 (UTC)

Use of Caps in Titles

Hi Sandy. I have noticed that you are doing some beautiful work here, but in order for folks to be able to find your pages, it might be better if you used the standard title font and style and not use capitol letters in the titles. It will make it difficult for people to be able to find your articles and pages.  Myra Sue Harris

New Contributor Lessons

Hello! Thank you so much for your contributions to the FamilySearch Wiki. We are pleased to share a series of seven weekly lessons that you may take at your convenience. They are designed to help you get comfortable using the Wiki. We have shared the first two lessons below:

Lesson 1.

Create Your User Page:

Lesson 2.

Create Your Sandbox:

Marilynbgardner49 12:34, 6 July 2014 (UTC)

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