Wikipedia:Tip of the day/October 11, 2008

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Keep track of your questions

Wikipedia has many places to ask questions, such as the:

Sometimes, a user will post a question and forget all about it. It is easy to forget about these unless you keep a record of the questions you posted to refer back to later. One useful method for doing this is to set aside a section of your user page or talk page, to keep a list of links to your queries. In this list, you can place section links which lead directly to the subheadings under which you posted your queries.

Read more: Wikipedia:Questions

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