Find and Expand a New Section Stub

Edited by Inukshuk, Eng, Doug Collins, Alma

As users visit wikis and make suggestions or ask questions "new section stubs" are added to the wiki. Stubs are essentially sections that are needed but not written yet, consisting of a title only. As a fellow VisiHow community member, you know we like to make in-depth wikis! Help us expand wikis by writing these new sections to make good wikis into great wikis.

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    You can easily search for stubs in a particular category by adding the category name to the end of the url
    For example to find stubs in the "tech" category you can search using:
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    Edit the stub and write the new section
    Since the stub was created in response to user requests, the improved wiki will beneficial to even more people. Your fellow VisiHow community members thank you for making VisiHow the place for comprehensive, in-depth wikis!
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APA (American Psychological Association)
Find and Expand a New Section Stub. (2015). In VisiHow. Retrieved May 29, 2017, from

MLA (Modern Language Association) "Find and Expand a New Section Stub." VisiHow, Accessed 29 May 2017.

Chicago / Turabian "Find and Expand a New Section Stub." Accessed May 29, 2017.

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Categories : Noindexed pages | Author Help

Recent edits by: Doug Collins, Eng, Inukshuk

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