My Updated, Categorized Full Guide List in One Convenient Place

in steem-help •  4 months ago

I've now got these available in a single place

Since I could only update the last list for 7 days, this one is a Google Document!



This updated list has items categorized to making finding what you're looking for easier. The other bonus here is that since it's a Google Document now, I can continuously update it, compared to only having the 7 days to do so in a Steemit post. You'd be surprised how long it took to get dozens of guides moved over, hyperlinked and sorted.

My Full Guide List is Linked in my Profile for easy Access!

I try to keep these short, with very concise answers in a FAQ like format. I've felt that the long, walls of text guides tended to be too much for a reader as well as difficult to jump right to the question they needed answered. Feel free to suggest guides that you would like created.

Click HERE for a list of All my Guides!

Please Follow, Upvote and Resteem if you found this Helpful.


Click HERE for a list of All my Guides!

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you make it very simple....Good idea...!

Hallo again @sykochica and you are doing in a round-about way that which concerned me a few days ago, and have been commenting on with @spiritualmatters and @vaansteam and that is indexing. I have just written a rave to @arcange hoping he has time to give a thoughtful reply. In my blog I have begun numbering and at my 33rd day decided to list my blog posts for easier scrolling if you have no link by comment/reply. I want everybody to start talking of this. Our community will expand exponentially this year. We need votes, it possibly bit-steem votes on archived posts. We need indexing of archives into divisions better than present tags. Like an ancestry tree, under say, photography, a flower photo might be personal to your garden, to a public park, to the wild, to another site (fb). The same flower might be in pot, in ground, on shrub, or on tree. Or even in buttonhole or on hat.
Or, a query in English grammar, - is it tagged grammar, english, education, culture, funny, literature, or ¿ and how much scrolling back. There must be wonderful posts on How To for newbies, but I don't know how to find them, and I've been looking for a month. A blog of simple 123456 series of actions to do, your idea above for NON computer users would be an excellent idea as well. I discovered a need for an index when someone beside my reply replied, and something he wrote gave me to understand he might of had what I was researching in his blog. A lot of scrolling and counting, and I found exactly that. But he gets no vote, and if I hadn't thought to reply there, I could probably lose the post again. An index would be invaluable. Down the track, one is going to want to copy/paste and bring a book to publishers, and think of sorting through the photos and photo competitions, phew¡
If IT could pinpoint a landing on Moon when I was at school too many years ago, then today's wizards can index an archive in such a way as to be accessible. I've heard negative for blockchain, but I don't believe in negatives, one's subconscious can only listen to the executive command and cannot process a negative, that takes the ego and a lack of self-esteem, so I want the community of steemits to get steamed about a steemit index.
Keep on keeping on. 😇

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A fantastic comment, you have a new follower.

Did you pad out this comment as a post at any point?

I'd be keen to support a feature length piece with diagrams for us layman folk 👍🏾

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Not a post yet, as still trying to organise my WW1 notes and lost most of photos to a Dell crash just before xmas. I am not computer oriented or trained, and your Google Doc, so far seems to be what we have to do. And that on the outside. The IT genius seem to be saying inside steemit on blockchain, indexing would be too difficult. Me, as an observer of Neil Armstrong whilst at junior high, do not believe them. Some 'kid' will look at the difficulty as a challenge, and nano-tech will tweak a solution and all steemit users will join in and index the archive, for their own posterity if not to help researchers and new jacks.
All I've been able to think of is keeping my own records, and listing and numbering my own posts. Not even thought of comments and replies. I am however keeping notes on a couple comments/replies, because they do, or can, return as posts.

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Sorry to hear about the 'crash', let me know when you have collected your material and have something to present.

Yes some replies contain great information, and it's these that I have the most trouble keeping a record of. I do end up resteeming to try and keep information, and end up bookmarking at times too.

Cheers.

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How, bookmark?
In steemit?

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In the browser sorry. You need to be organised with plenty of folders!

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Ah yes. Unfortunately for me, I am having to remember and recheck, as am not on cpu, but small android ph. Will have indexed folders when my income gets my laptop up and running. One step at a time. I can't type but one or two fingers, and my computer experience was back in time on analogue. This digital may seem simple to one who has used it twenty years, but it is not as simple as it appears. Many of the explanations are written by techies to assumed techies. Even the FAQ list sometimes makes no sense whatsoever if one has no computer training.
There is never need to hurry. I keep on keeping on. 😇

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I understand. I am using a mobile device at present and it is no fun at all.

Hopefully things will become easier with the laptop in play.

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Thank-you

Ow how much I was in need for a complete (almost book form) list of great information.. This seriously was what I needed in order to sleep well tonight. Thanks a ton for everything you are doing for the community!! This sure as hell would mean more efficiently, since it does give tou the ability to keep. It more up to date as you mentioned!


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Yay there is already a library of guides.
Next to the post that has a list of guides
above the steemit FAQ of guides.

PLS DONT OVERWORK YOURSELF @sykochica

And thanks to all the hard work! of establishing the guides, especially the types of guides that has been solved through experience.

You are so proactive in making the community better here @sykochica, I salute you for that!! :)

Thanks for all you do. Now this will make it even easier to find information. ❤️

This is just great! keep putting effort on guides for new Steemit users and even for older ones.
much appreciated!

useful information thank u dear @sykochica

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Yes, this one is really great. I appreciate the pain you took to compile this @sykochica!

Yes , yes , yes. The Steemit Bible. I still have quite a few of the articles to go through, it is nice that they are much easier to find now. Thank you.

Its like you read my mind for a post that I need to link my friend to whos new to steemit. Has a lot of questions that very many people are not equip to handle. Thank You whole lots

Really ur all posts is very amazing 😉
U r wonderful person😊
Good luck my best friend @sykochica👍
Keep it my lady 🌹

This is so great, when you get a chance show me you were able to create a google doc with embedded links like on steemit.

That's really cool! You're definitely helping out the community in a very good way :) Keep all of these in one place is going to make things much easier. You've basically created a library full of guides for steemit users, great work :)

Wao. Thanks. Makes it convenient to access

Cheers, these are useful guides.

It's a real limitation of the platform, isn't it: that you have to store your Wikis about the platform... off the platform.

I've heard that'll change sometime quite soon though.

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Yea...somethings it's not such a big deal for me to have locked in. But anything that needs updating..kinda need to do something like this. (Or make a new full list steemit post every week, which I'd rather not do.)

I've heard a lot of the discussions on how long the editing is available...and seen it change around (24 hours, 24-48 hours, 1 month, indefinitely...not at the 7 days. I kinda expect we'll see an option in the future to pay a little bit to keep things editable (and have the payout stay open.)

I just find a way...let Steemit do what it does. I'm def all for idea, but found it just frustrated me when I felt like I was waiting for a feature I needed. :)

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Thanks for that... so I won't hold my breadth, but I can work around it... as you say, let steemit do what it does... it's possibly the only kind of attitude you can have to thrive here!

I find it works kind of nicely in conjunction with my WordPress blog - that for my serious, heavyweight posts (sorry steemit, they just need refining year after year) and here for more personal, off the cuff type stuff.

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The 7 day window is a bummer if you deal in guides on an ever-changing set of topics.

It's very good of you to store them in a place you are not directly earning rewards for. Perhaps if/when you add a new guide or need to update older ones, you can do a version x post like the developers do and claim your deserved rewards from that.

Thank you, really useful stuff!

This is great.
I know a couple people wanting to join.
This will help a lot explaining things.

Thank you very much for putting these all in a google doc and I like how the lay out makes it easy to search for a topic. I always check your page coz I know I'll be learning something plus the encouragement to be better that you also talk about in your guides. It's my go to page, like a Steemit guidebook. And I like the chapter/ section on how to get more upvotes. :)

Awesome now no need to go anywhere just all in one guide is available thanks a lot :D

Nice of you to compile it! This is why you're so likable, Corey. You have a way of bringing everyone together. That's a gift! I do hope more and more people get to bask in your light :D

Thanks for that link just visited your blog and found the all guides

The best post on the steemit we all know how to access the guides now

thanks for making it accessible more easily and in a better way

I bookmarked it and will share it with my pals.
Thank you!

Thanks again for making these, and now making them even easier to access. Such valuable information, and even more so for the Steemit site.

You wrote all of this? Wow, you're a real champ, thanks.