So you have been editing awhile, and keeping a to do list in word or google docs to keep yourself organized. But did you know there is a better way maybe? They are called sandboxes, and it is like a wiki article page all of your very own!
A sandbox is a type of user page that gives you a place to practice editing, either to build a draft for later publication in the main namespace, make to-do lists, practice formatting, or for use with other users on projects.
To create a sandbox, click in the upper righthand corner next to the number of total articles, a little piece of paper looking button to make a new article. You can name it anything you want, as long as it starts with
For example, this lesson, and all lessons are in sandboxes of mine. This one is User:Kdarrow/TVA/Sandboxes. You can make sublevels and they will all be kept in one spot. To find all your sandboxes, bookmark the Special:PrefixIndex site, where you can search by your username. Sandboxes can be deleted or renamed, if one has the correct user rights, or a comod or admin can do it for you.
Quiz 7 (Sandboxes)
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