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Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:41 am
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angrykitten114 says...



I can't figure out how to edit a work? I've done it before, but it's been long enough that I can't remember.
  





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whatchamacallit says...



Hi there @angrykitten114! To edit your work, first open it (either through the literary tab or your works), and along the right-hand side of the screen you should see a white button that says "Edit Work". Just click that and you should be able to edit your work!

I hope that makes sense, if you have any further questions feel free to ask (:
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kryptonianmenace says...



Hi! What are some tips for leaving a good review?
  





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Magebird says...



Hi, @kryptonianmenace! One of the best tips I've ever gotten for reviewing is The YWS Critique Sandwich. You can click on that thread if you want more information, but a good review usually involves saying what you like and commenting on anything that you think can be improved. I think the best way to think about reviewing is imagine what you would want in a review. If you keep that in mind while you're reviewing, it'll hopefully be easy to write a review! <3

I've actually been compiling some threads that have some great reviewing tips, so I threw them in the spoiler down below!

  








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