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  • Mageheart
    Jan 2, 2021

    Hello and welcome to YWS! I'm Mage. Feel free to come to me if you ever have any questions about YWS.

    (If I'm ever not online, junior moderators, global moderators and admins definitely would be able to help you out with any questions or concerns you have. Other YWSers would be happy to help as well!)

    Before you get settled in, you might want to swing by the rules thread to see what's allowed on the site, and the FAQ thread to figure out how the site works. It explains a lot about the basics of the site, like how to post your works and how to get points. It was really useful to me back when I first joined the site, so hopefully it'll be just as useful for you! :)

    Some fun areas of the site you might want to learn more about are the forums, blogs and storybook section. The forums have fun games, writing activities, and places to talk about whatever writing project you're working on. The blogs aren't used as much as the other sections of the site, but you can post little life updates there. And the storybook section is a place to collaborate on stories - either by co-writing novel-style stories, or by taking part in roleplays.

    I hope you enjoy your time on YWS, and feel free to ask me any questions you have about how the site works!

    Mageheart Also, congratulations on getting your first review star!
    Jan 2, 2021

  • Hkumar
    Jan 2, 2021

    Hi! Welcome to YWS :D and congrats on your first review star!

  • starlitmind
    Jan 1, 2021

    Hey there, welcome to YWS! :D If you ever have any questions, feel free to ask! ^_^

    TheRandomWriter Hey how do i get more coins and stuff?
    Jan 1, 2021

    starlitmind You get more coins by leaving reviews on other people’s works! Whenever you leave a review on someone’s work, you get a certain number of points based on how long your review is. The max amount of points you can receive is 100. Does that make sense?
    Jan 1, 2021

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