I informed The S about this, but I feel like other admins should know about this. A user that is banned on FANDOM has made other accounts here and are back. I have no idea what I'm supposed to do with this situation. It's stupid, ridiculous, and they've been banned across FANDOM for a reason. I blocked one of their accounts, but they came back again. I'm tired of having to deal with this user knowing what they're doing is against the guidelines to not only Turtlepedia, but to other wikis.
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This feature includes some really insightful statistics that should allow you guys to inform some wiki decisions, such as:
Top viewed pages
# of page views (daily over the past 30 days)
Most visited files
Desktop vs mobile sessions
So as I mentioned above, this feature is really great as it allows you to see what areas are doing very well and how you can capitalise on them. For example, the tool shows the wiki's current most popular page by some distance is Jennika. You could take a look at that article and see if there is any more content that can be added to it to really flesh it out and give readers more information on this character they're interested in. The more rich (but not irrelevant or repetitive) information you can have on an article, the better its search engine optimisation will be. That's just one way this tool is super useful! :)
Hopefully you like this feature, it's been highly requested for some time and we would really appreciate your feedback on it. For more help with it, please feel free to ask me questions and also refer to these two super useful articles:
I have a question when naming an article do you believe it should be done in the singular or plural? Like for example should an article be called [Humans] or [Human] or [Foot Soldier] or [Foot Soldiers]?
Hi Sugilita, my name is Antonio and I am a Community Manager of the TV/Movies vertical for Fandom. I wanted to introduce myself and see if you need anything, have any problems, or would like to share any ideas you have. As you may already know, our Community Org is changing. From now on our team will focus even more on building closer relationships with the communities, admins, and users.
We are here to support you and help make this community thrive. If you need anything, feel free to contact me or our Wiki Manager directly at any time. And just so you know, Wiki Managers might be more available than me on weekends.
I will be here together to Spongebob456 -Wiki Manager- for anything you need.
Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope to hear back from you soon! :)
Hi! My name is Spongebob456, and I’m the Fandom Wiki Manager for Turtlepedia! I'm here to help the community and be a liaison to full-time Fandom staff. If you ever have a question or issue relating to the wiki, editing, etc., please contact me on my message wall. :)
It seems you're the de facto senior administrator now. I haven't spoken with you about wiki maintenance nearly as much as I've spoken with The S, but I guess if I have any major questions or suggestions, you're the one I should be talking to, correct? The S and I previously spoke about many wiki maintenance issues, including category structure, article and category naming, template maintenance, and copyediting style.
Huh, it seems Sugilita hasn't been active here in weeks, either. And if Trigger009's still out...that means there's no other admin currently active. Unless... User:Dank? Dank has still been editing recently and is listed in their account as an admin (if not on the front page).
Hey there Sugilita! My name is Jamie and I work over on the Community Development team. We've been talking to Nickelodeon about the potential to work with the TMNT comminutes in various capacities, where they might provide different assets and other feedback requests.
They also wanted to know a bit about who runs these communities. So you know, whatever information you wanted to provide is strictly voluntary and confidential. Nothing will be done with this info other than giving Nick a bit of context about the folks running these communities. They'd like to know things like, your age, gender, other passions, do you have kids, are you married, and what you do for a living.
Feel free to email me at email@example.com or you can leave the blurb here, whatever you're comfortable with.
Also, I won't connect this info with the user, so it's completely anonymous. Anyway, thanks for reading!