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Revision as of 16:32, 6 July 2012


Proposed Wiki Design Elements

by Jane's committee on how to use the wiki

  • Our approach is to create 2 new pages and add links to & from other existing pages

Material to be added to the wiki

1. Wiki Research toola, tips & tricks

2. Beginning Editing/writing for the wiki

3. Add a blurb on the front page that links to the "What the wiki is, and isn't" , with links from that page back to the main wiki page and to basic research tips and editing/contribution tips. It is essential to all users to know the scope of the wiki. 


Using the Wiki for Research

Tools, Tips & Tricks

The FamilySearch Research Wiki

  • What is it? What you can expect to find on it to help you discover your ancestors.

Wiki Basics

  • 10 Essential tips for understanding and using the wiki. "The things I wish I had known when I started on the wiki."

Navigating The Wiki

  • Note the 4 purple boxes on the right side of this page (Views, Toolbox, Community, Personal tools). This is knows as the "Navigation Bar" or "Nav Bar"
  • Each of the boxes contains tools to help you use the wiki. Click Here to learn about these tools and how to use them..

Searching the Wiki

(how to find stuff)


Communicating with Others

Community Meetings

About Genealogy Research --links to 

ways to get involved

About specific wiki pages

Discussion/Talk pages


More About Researching on the Wiki

hand them off to Lee/Charles pages & Linda/Sandra/Rorie

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