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Scale: materials to quickly explain features to new wikis
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As we approach more wikis to encourage them to adopt Growth features, we'll need some simple materials that help community members quickly understand the feature set.

Here is the draft of a one-pager that explains each feature:

We also intend to make a short video.

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@Trizek-WMF -- I've finished drafting a one-pager on

What do you think? Is it too long? If you like it, I think it can be marked for translation and is ready to be used as you communicate with wikis.

I checked on the page and it it well details and not too long, although it shouldn't be longer.

It is now marked for translation. Let's use it!

Re-opening, because of the video.

Trizek-WMF triaged this task as Medium priority.Apr 20 2020, 3:00 PM

@PPham -- I have some requests for improvements to the video you made. Once you upload a new video, I will write new subtitles, and then we will be finished. We want it to show more than just suggested edits. Here are my requested changes:

  • At the very beginning, stay on the main page for another second or two before clicking your username.
  • Once on the homepage, stay on the page for another three seconds before scrolling around so the viewer can look over the page and understand it a little better.
  • Before going to the suggested edits module, go over to the mentorship module and click to ask your mentor a question. Let the question box be open for two seconds before closing it and returning to the homepage.
  • Then go interact with the suggested edits module, maybe a little slower than before.
  • After you click an article from the module, click Edit, and then after the editor loads, open up the help panel. Let the help panel be open for a couple seconds.
  • Then end the video.

Does that make sense?

Thanks, @PPham. I replaced the old video with this one on the page, and I also added subtitles.

@PPham @revi @Dyolf77_WMF @Urbanecm @Trizek-WMF -- the subtitles are ready for translation into your language, and you're welcome to use the video for anything: