Hello! Just in case you haven't heard, Fandom has launched a new Editor Rewards Program to thank hard-working users for their contributions to the platform. You can check out all of the information in this blog post. Feel free to comment on the blog if you have any feedback, questions, or concerns, and the Editor Experience Team will be happy to answer!
Yeah... that was back in February... but the good news is that I finally DID finish the new Article Guidelines, and I got them posted in this blog post. So if you could look them over and give approval or disapproval in comments, that'd be great. Later.
If Bumblebee stays with the Titans in "The Viewers Decide," rewrite the paragraphs and "Main Characters" section to include her. And if she remains with the team, you should also add her to the main wiki background
Update with "The Viewers Decide"
A bunch of new characters (and old ones, too) haven't made the list yet, add them to the set (Ex. Magical Tree Custodians)
If you could do all this, that'd be great. And happy Friday/
Hi! I'm here to bring you big news from Fandom! The new Analytics feature has just been released for admins, which you can read more about in this blog post. This feature is particularly exciting because it will give you access to insightful statistics that allow you to see what areas are doing well and how to best capitalize on them in order to strengthen the community. You can visit Special:Analytics to access the data, and if you need any help, you can check out the help page for additional information. Please let me know if you have any further questions or feedback and I'll be happy to answer :)
I'm here to let you know that Fandom has been in the midst of conducting an SEO test on some wikis, and this test is now being expanded to include the Teen Titans Go Wiki! It aims at improving the search engine ranking for Fandom communities.
Some details: Anonymous/non logged-in users who land on file pages will be automatically redirected to the first article page that the file is used on. For example, if they click "https://teen-titans-go.fandom.com/wiki/File:Raven_profile_card.png" on Google, it will instead link them to the Raven page. Fandom hopes that this will have a positive impact on search engine rankings and help anonymous users (who are usually clueless about wikis) find what they're looking for more easily.
Logged-in users will see absolutely no change, so you may not notice anything of this test, but I just wanted to give you a heads up anyway, in case any anonymous users reach out to you with questions.
If you have any questions of your own, please let me know :)
I'd like your help on a coding problem. I want you to write a macro that takes screenshots of episodes at like 1 or 5 second time intervals and saves them into either a desktop folder or a location on the web. You can probably do it in Visual Basic or whatever you want and I am happy to help so just lmk.