Where to look for my "new thing"?

+7 votes
I must be blind! I added a "new thing" yesterday listing my Chiasson ancestors with the WikiLinks. Now I can't find it.  Can someone tell me please where to look? I'd also like to link it to my Nav page if possible...
in WikiTree Tech by Denise Chiasson G2G6 Mach 1 (17.9k points)
retagged by Maggie N.

3 Answers

+2 votes
Best answer

When you create a free-space page (such as a "thing") or get added to the trusted list for someone else's free-space page, that page will be added to your Free-Space Watchlist. You can view your Free-Space Watchlist as follows:

  1. Click on the "My WikiTree" menu link at the top right of these pages
  2. Select Watchlist from the drop-down menu
  3. A message at the top of the Watchlist page says "Switch to your Free-Space Watchlist for profiles of places, events, and things.' Click on the link in that message.
by Ellen Smith G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Maggie N.
Like Ellen, I always find all my "things" pages on the watchlist too !
Thanks - found it! And I also added a link to my profile as others have recommended.
+1 vote
Look at your contributions list. You can find it by clicking my Wikitree found at the top right of your screen. A drop down menu will give you the option to select contributions.
by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
Doug, your tip revealed a few pages I lost track of, including my To-Do List. While I appreciate the tip, it's frustrating to see all the work my lifetime cannot complete.

Anyone out there willing to take on some of my Tribbles!
+3 votes
There are ways of finding it, but to help me keep track of these things, I put a link in my profile that connects directly to the "new thing". Whenever I need it, I just go to my profile page.

I've created so many "new things", that I created a "new thing" that is nothing but a list of my "new things", and that is the link in my profile. Free-space pages are very good for orgainzing all your pages.
by Rick Pierpont G2G6 Pilot (114k points)
edited by Rick Pierpont

Rick, yeslaugh

thank you! I've just done that as well - so much easier!

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