Wikipedia:Tip of the day/October 11, 2006

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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, place section links which lead directly to the subheadings under which you posted your queries.

This method applies equally well for any issue that requires follow-up.

Related tip: Linking to a section

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