So you've found your way onto FANDOM - congrats! You're in for fun discoveries, achievements you'll be proud of, and perhaps even new friends.
But where to start? What do you do first to make sure you get the most out of your time here? We've put together some basic tips.
Most wikis allow you to edit articles and post comments without logging in, but having a FANDOM account brings you a number of benefits. As a logged-in user, you can receive notifications about article changes, messages and replies to your posts that you'd otherwise miss. You have your own user page and profile that you can customize. All your edits and posts will be associated with your name, so you can find them again later and build a reputation with all your great work…
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Whether you're looking for in-depth, comprehensive information on wikis or breaking news or stories from the entertainment world, FANDOM is the ideal place for fans to stay up-to-date on all the topics you're most passionate about.
Wiki content on some of our most popular communities has long been available to mobile users via our community apps, which can be found in the Apple Store and Play Store so you can browse wiki articles and participate in Discussions.
Today, we're proud to launch the FANDOM app so you can follow the latest on your favorite entertainment fandom from your phone!
The FANDOM app covers a broad range of TV, movie, and video game topics that are tailored to your personal interests and hand-curated by FANDOM to guarantee the…
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As Discussions becomes more widely embraced across FANDOM, there are more and more communities with lots of posting activity. Not all of these have active admins with the extra time and inclination to moderate. That’s why we’ll be introducing a new global user group next week. Its members will step in across FANDOM to moderate Discussions where help is urgently needed — either because the community has no admins, because the admins have firmly decided not to take an interest in their Discussions, or because they’ve explicitly asked for support.
This group, called global Discussions moderators, will launch with a set of volunteers who have solid moderation experience in Discussions and on their respective wikis. In many cases they have alread…
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There have been a lot of exciting updates to FANDOM lately, between continued work on Wiki Modernization and the launch of the new FANDOM News and Stories. One of our most recent updates was the new page and article headers, and we are excited to announce that the page header will be arriving on Discussions tomorrow!
The goal of Wiki Modernization is to offer a modern digital experience that provides the right content at the right time, is easy to navigate, and delivers a better experience for our audience. Tomorrow's update brings those goals into Discussions by making it much more visually connected to the wiki. Navigating back and forth between Discussions and wiki articles will become much easier.
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You won’t get a shiny diploma you can hang on your wall - but Wikia University is still a course worth going through. Maybe you’re nodding vigorously right now, because you’ve already completed every study track, and consider yourself an editing pro. But maybe you’re scratching your head instead, wondering what I’m talking about?
Wikia University isn’t a real life campus somewhere (although that would be awesome!), but a series of short videos that teach you how to use Wikia. The videos are divided into five study tracks, each one aimed at users on a different level of editing experience:
- Welcome to Wikia - start here if you’re new to Wikia and are wondering what it is all about
- Editing 101 - a walkthrough of your first contributions
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