At the bottom of the page are two buttons. One of these buttons must be clicked prior to sending the file. The file will not be sent unless one of these buttons are selected. If the image is a Family History Library acquisition, please click the bottom button. If the image or file is not a Family History Library acquisition, and the image is not copyrighted by anyone other than you, click the top button. The top button verifies that you take responsibility for submitting the image or file. Click Send File.
Upon receipt of the image file, an automatically generated email will be sent back to you acknowledging that an email was received. It will also give an ID number, but because the name of the image is not given, the ID number is not much help at this time. Also, it is a good idea to only send a few images at a time to the Family Search Research Wiki. It takes longer, but you will feel better about the process. Just in case some of your image files are somehow dropped from the system.
In about a day's time, another email will be sent from the Family Search wiki support staff. This email will either state that the image has been approved or will request additional information in order that it might be approved. In either case the official name of the image is given along with the ID number. If you have any further questions about this image for the support staff, use the name and ID number.
An image file may be searched by name like any other article on the Family Search Research Wiki. Type the name into the search box and hit the Enter button. Normally a list of article shows. But look to the left and hit the Multimedia link. Now a list of image files shows. Scroll down to the one you want and open it.
There are sections of the image file that a regular contributor cannot change. The actual image and the information about that image are unavailable. Also anything from the heading "File History" on down.
But in your image file, the sections below the image file and above the "File History" can be edited by you as the contributor. Add a "Summary" section explaining what your image shows. Then change the "License" section to include all the Categories where you feel your image maybe useful. After you save your image file, the actual categories will show up at the very bottom of the file. Check out a Category, the images are shown at the bottom.