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==How can I view the edits made to pages within PsychWiki?==
==How can I view the edits made to pages within PsychWiki?==
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# View the recent edits of all pages in PsychWiki using "Recent changes" so that you can monitor and review changes.  
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#If you want to <u>view the edits made to all pages in PsychWiki</u>:
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#:click on the "Recent changes" link in the left-hand sidebar. You can monitor and review changes to pages because the "Recent changes" page provides a record of the date and time of every edit, the user who made it, the edit summary, and the ability to compare different versions.
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# View the recent edits of individual pages by using the "history" tab at the top of each page.
# View the recent edits of individual pages by using the "history" tab at the top of each page.
# View the recent edits of only those pages which link to the current page using "Related changes".
# View the recent edits of only those pages which link to the current page using "Related changes".
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==Where can I find a list of all the edits I have made?==
==Where can I find a list of all the edits I have made?==
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# View a list of all the edits you have made to PsychWiki pages by clicking on the "my contributions" link.
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#View a list of all the edits you have made to PsychWiki pages by clicking on the "my contributions" link.  
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*The "my contribution" link is available if you are logged-in, and it is located at the top right-hand side of this webpage next to the "log out" link.
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*Below is an example of an user contributions page using the default skin:
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==How do I "watch" pages?==
==How do I "watch" pages?==
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If you are logged in, this allows you to track changes on the articles you declare an interest in. You will be notified when the page changes. Clicking on the "watch" tab for a particular article adds that page to your "my watchlist". Watched articles are also bolded in the “Recent Changes” list. See [4] for more information.
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All the articles you have indicated as "watch" appear in your "my watchlist" where you can view details about the most recent edits (for all edits see the "history" tab for each article). See [8] for more information.
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==How do I recieve email notifications on page changes?==
==How do I recieve email notifications on page changes?==

Revision as of 19:17, 14 September 2006

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Quick summary of how to track changes

  1. View the recent edits of all pages in PsychWiki using "Recent changes" so that you can monitor and review changes.
  2. View the recent edits of individual pages by using the "history" tab at the top of each page.
  3. View the recent edits of only those pages which link to the current page using "Related changes".
  4. View a list of all the edits you have made to PsychWiki pages by clicking on the "my contributions" link.
  5. Indicate which articles you want to watch using the "watch" tab at the top of each page.
  6. View all articles you have indicated as "watch" in your "my watchlist"
  7. Recieve email notification when pages change by clicking on this function in the "preferences" tab.


How can I view the edits made to pages within PsychWiki?

  1. If you want to view the edits made to all pages in PsychWiki:
    click on the "Recent changes" link in the left-hand sidebar. You can monitor and review changes to pages because the "Recent changes" page provides a record of the date and time of every edit, the user who made it, the edit summary, and the ability to compare different versions.
File:Screenshot user contributions page


  1. View the recent edits of individual pages by using the "history" tab at the top of each page.
  2. View the recent edits of only those pages which link to the current page using "Related changes".


Where can I find a list of all the edits I have made?

  1. View a list of all the edits you have made to PsychWiki pages by clicking on the "my contributions" link.







How do I "watch" pages?

If you are logged in, this allows you to track changes on the articles you declare an interest in. You will be notified when the page changes. Clicking on the "watch" tab for a particular article adds that page to your "my watchlist". Watched articles are also bolded in the “Recent Changes” list. See [4] for more information.


All the articles you have indicated as "watch" appear in your "my watchlist" where you can view details about the most recent edits (for all edits see the "history" tab for each article). See [8] for more information.



How do I recieve email notifications on page changes?

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