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How do I see my storybooks

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Tue Feb 07, 2012 12:54 pm
SirTobes says...

How do I see my storybooks???

Anyone know???
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Tue Feb 07, 2012 2:10 pm
Rosendorn says...

Go to the "storybooks" tab up at the top of the page. :) There, you'll see all of the storybooks posted!

Finding your own storybooks is a bit tricky. My shortcut is:

Search something random using the "search" bar up top.
Click "go back to advanced search", right above the results but under the "[x number] of results for [what you searched for] (it's pretty small— you have to look for it a bit! The search system is also a bit buggy, so you might have to refresh a few times to get results)
Once you get to the advanced search, you'll see a lot more options for searching. I fill it out like this:

Search for keywords: Name
Search for author: [Your username]
Search in forums: Select "Storybooks" (make sure it is the first time you see Storybooks, not the second)

And leave everything else as is. Hit "search" (and maybe refresh a few times) and find every time you have used "Name" in the Storybook forums, which is a required thing for profiles!

Hope this helps. :)
Formerly Rosey Unicorn

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