Where do I find what constitutes a "contribution?"

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in WikiTree Help by Joshua Carnahan G2G6 (6.9k points)

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Josh, there are several places where you can find a link to your contributions - one is on your nav page (the page most people see as soon as they login).  Probably the easiest is in the dropdown menu under the "My WikiTree" link at top right of every WikiTree page.  If you click one of your "Contributions" links, you will see a list (in descending date order) of all your contributions, along with a link to each one.  Essentially, a contribution is credited to you every time you click a Save button on a profile edit page after having made a change.
by Gaile Connolly G2G6 Pilot (926k points)
Posting comments to profiles, space pages, and Project pages, also counts.
Gaile/Melanie,

Thanks! I noticed where mine were, I was reviewing them just trying to see what all constituted a contribution. This helps. I haven't really accumulated enough yet to see what all has triggered them to appear. So I appreciate both of you letting me know.

Josh

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