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 How to Do Accuracy Patrol on wikiHow?

Answer At the bottom of each wikiHow article is a pair of buttons allowing readers to indicate whether they found the article to be accurate or not. You can help us continue to improve wikiHow's quality b... Read More »
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How to Clear Accuracy Ratings on wikiHow?

At the very bottom of every article on wikiHow, you will see a question as pictured here, asking if you thought the article was accurate. This helps us to determine which articles could possibly be... Read More »
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How to Patrol New Articles on wikiHow?

Any wikiHow editor can patrol new articles to ensure standards. This complements Recent Changes patrol, but examines each article more thoroughly. Here's how to proceed:
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How to Bunch Patrol on wikiHow?

Bunch Patrol is a quick way to patrol somebody's edits. It is intended to patrol more trustworthy editors that are less likely to make mistakes or bad-faith edits. If you're an experienced wikiHow ... Read More »
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How to Patrol Recent Changes on wikiHow?

Every wiki has a list of Recent Changes (RC) that shows every edit made to its website. Here at wikiHow, anyone is invited to become a patroller. Responsibilities involve reverting any unhelpful ed... Read More »
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