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Anyone, including you, can create new pages for PsychWiki -- here is how...
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Anyone, including you, can create new questions/pages for PsychWiki -- here is how...
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:* Pick a question/topic. 
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:* Enter it into the below box and click "Add page"
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:* You must add some content such as repeating your questions, and then click "Save" 
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:* It's really not very hard...easier than writing an email...and it's ok to experiment.  It's a wiki so if you make a mistake, it's easy to correct.  
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:* Add some content and click "Save" 
 
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:* It's really not very hard...easier than writing an email...and it's ok to experiment.  It's a wiki so if you make a mistake, it's easy to correct. 
 
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'''What happens next?'''  
'''What happens next?'''  
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*If you want to add your page to a particular section in PsychWiki, then see [[Help:Creating new pages]].
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*If you want to add/link your page to a particular section in PsychWiki, then see [[Help:Creating new pages]].
*If you want to learn how to add content to your page, see [[Help:Editing | add content and edit]] pages.
*If you want to learn how to add content to your page, see [[Help:Editing | add content and edit]] pages.

Latest revision as of 03:13, 20 November 2016

Anyone, including you, can create new questions/pages for PsychWiki -- here is how...

  • Pick a question/topic.
  • Enter it into the below box and click "Add page"
  • You must add some content such as repeating your questions, and then click "Save"
  • It's really not very hard...easier than writing an email...and it's ok to experiment. It's a wiki so if you make a mistake, it's easy to correct.




What happens next?

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