Become a New Article Booster on Visihow

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VisiHow tries to ensure the quality of our work in several ways. We go over the articles using spell checkers, quality control patrols and image patrols. These tools help us to provide quality, factual articles and wikis to the public.

One of the tools that is most helpful is the article booster tool which is found on the community page. Those who are members of the community are able to use the tool to go over the newest content which has been added to the site.

New article boosters are staff or writers or the general public who go over the articles using the Article Booster tool.

Among the things that you will be looking for are to ensure the quality of the wikis that you review as well as whether or not those wikis have been plagiarized or have some quality issues that need to be addressed.

If you would like to become a new article booster, coordinating between the plagiarism tool, the New Article Booster Tool and the Quality Patrol, you'll be able to see which of the articles is doing well and to award it rising stars as well as to provide the writers with a little boost by leaving them a message. You can read more about the New Article Booster Tool here.

Join the VisiHow community and help us to build the kind of website that you'd be proud to use or to recommend.

If you need help with anything, or you're ready to get started with VisiHow as a New Article Booster, article writer, or just want to patrol, then send Grimm a message, and he'll make sure you get everything you need.

If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.

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