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User_talk: Saumya Sachan

At 06:11, Sep 20, 2019


Hi Saumya Sachan,

Thanks for joining our community.

As you explore, you can check out our to learn more about wikiHow.

If you want to start helping right away, you might like our , which lets you find and improve articles on topics you know about.

Leave a message on if you have any questions about how wikiHow works. I’d be happy to help!

At 17:19, Sep 20, 2019


At 05:54, Sep 21, 2019


Any time! Let me know if you have any questions as you find your feet here :)

At 14:44, Sep 21, 2019


At 13:49, Sep 22, 2019


Great, thanks for listening :)

At 13:57, Sep 23, 2019


Thanks for patrolling pictures!!

At 17:34, Sep 23, 2019


Awesome! Me to!

At 16:24, Sep 24, 2019


Thanks for your edits on Clean Up Grease.

I was about to say that you can leave brand names as is - and in general, you usually can, but I see this one really was miscapitalized, so awesome catch. Thanks for fixing it :)

At 17:10, Sep 25, 2019


Hey again,

I just wanted to let you know that you were mentioned in the “Rockstar Newbie” section of our weekly today. That means you made an edit that caught another wikiHowian’s eye and helped our mission along. Thanks so much for the great contribution, and welcome, again to our community :)

At 12:28, Oct 06, 2019


No prob - happy to feature you! :)

At 12:35, Oct 06, 2019


Hey there!
Thank you for helping out with Spell Check! I really appreciate you improving the articles by taking the time to fix spelling errors!

I just wanted to let you know that the tool sometimes gets words wrong and thinks a word is misspelled when it really isn't. When you see something you are not sure is correctly spelled, please take the time to Google the word to see if it is legitimately used around the web. For brand names, such as wikiHow, look at the official website to see how it is supposed to appear. If it is apparent that the word is correct, it is important to clickNo, it's correct. That way the word will go in the wikiHow dictionary and no one will be asked about it in Spell Check again.

If you do see something that you are certain is a typo or misspelling, like "freind" instead of "friend," please clickYes, I'll fix it, then do so.

You and other volunteers have helped reduce the number of words needing to be checked and worked to create an awesomely accurate dictionary, so thanks again for helping out with spell checking! Your effort is greatly appreciated! If you have any questions, please let me know.

At 06:46, Oct 07, 2019


Oops! It looks like you accidentally approved a bad edit in while patrolling recent changes just now. That's okay though; you're still learning. I undid a batch of your recent patrols, to play it safe and have those edits reviewed again. I just want to make sure no bad edits were accepted while you're still learning your way around RC patrol.

If you haven't already, read our article on and give it another try! I'm happy to answer any questions you might have about patrolling. And remember, if you're not sure what to do, just press the "skip" button and you'll do fine :)

The Patrol Coach

At 13:29, Oct 07, 2019


Hey there,

I noticed you started helping out with patrolling, which is awesome! We could really use a helping hand. Just don't forget to read first; we're counting on you to make sure that every single edit you approve is a good one. If you end up approving a bad edit, it can really hurt wikiHow's credibility, so if you're not sure what to do, just press "Skip". Here's some general advice to get you started:

  • Article edits:If they're accurate and helpful additions, hitMark as Patrolled. If they're vandalism or involve unnecessary inclusions of brand names or external links, hitRollback. If they are helpful but are not in wikiHow style or format, or the edit contains mistakes, do aQuick Editto fix the change.
  • Articles needing lots of help:If you come across an article with tons of mistakes, you can useQuick Editto fix them up, or . If you're not sure what needs fixing, just go ahead and skip it so someone else can add any necessary templates.
  • 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:Generally, most comments here are fine to patrol, but if you see obvious or repeat spamming, abusive or offensive content, you can remove it.
  • User pages:Most edits here are okay. Only rollback or question the edit if it's clearly vandalism by another editor or contains abusive content.

Let me know if you have any questions - I'd be happy to help! Also, if you don't feel ready for the responsibility that comes with patrolling, there are plenty of other things you can do to help out, like vote for/against pictures on Picture Patrol, or use the Spellchecker tool.

Happy editing!

At 13:34, Oct 07, 2019


At 13:59, Oct 07, 2019


Cool, thanks so much!

At 08:19, Oct 11, 2019


Thanks for your edits on Play Multiple Player Solitaire or Nertz.

Saumya, while patrolling, you click on Rollback when you see vandalism like someone deleting all the content, writing abusive words etc.

If you look at the of this article, the work that you rolled back was to be Marked as Patrolled because that editor started this article and was adding more info to it.

I hope you don't rollback good edits. Let me know if you need help. :)

At 18:09, Oct 11, 2019


Thanks for helping out with categorizing! I know that can be a tricky job when you're new to the site and aren't familiar with all the options yet, but I saw you making some great calls - thanks for chipping in! Do feel free to skip any articles you're not sure of, but for the ones you're confident in, it's a great way to lend a hand.

Have you found a favorite tool around here yet? Or still checking them all out?

At 02:56, Oct 12, 2019


Sounds good :)

At 04:19, Oct 12, 2019


At 07:53, Oct 12, 2019


You are welcome And congratulations on the great feedback in the above messages. :)

I hope you have a great day ahead.

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