How to Efficiently Revert Edits?
I'm WritingEnthusiast14 from wikiHow (I'm sure you know about me). I've decided to come over to Wikipedia and start editing here, too. I don't have access to the rollback tool that I'm used to on wikiHow, so I can't figure out how to efficiently patrol and revert pages. Any suggestions? WritingEnthusiast14 (talk) 21:03, 26 August 2014 (UTC)
- For now, using Twinkle is the best way of reverting edits. If you want something faster, you can also install the Lupin tool, which assists in fighting vandalism. After you've been on for a few months and shown that you're capable of reverting edits and doing it well, you can request rollback, which also gets you access to the Huggle tool. As for patrolling, you'll want to see the Wikipedia:Patrols page, since there multiple ways of doing patrolling here. Lugia2453 (talk) 14:28, 27 August 2014 (UTC)
My edit was ok because there really are 2,500 cockroaches enrolled in the school. Please don't revert my edit if I go there and you don't. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Francismcgvrn (talk • contribs)