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I see you have added numerous media files over the weekend. We are happy you are actively contributing to the Wiki. Could you please take the time to add a category to each file. The files are listed in Special Pages (under toolbox on the right column) and under "Uncategorized Files". https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/File:Beginning_African_American_Research_1865_to_the_Present.pdf . We appreciate your assistance in this correction. Thank you Sjkennedy
Kesler JL, Once again yu have uploaded media files without adding a category. I am a Wiki Missionary and it is part of my job to inform people how to use the Wiki. As a Family History Library employee, I am certain you are aware How to use the Wiki but I assume you just forget to place a category on each file, photo, article you add to the Wiki. Please add these categories as soon as possible. The files are located at https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Special:UncategorizedFiles .Thank you for attending to this and have a great week.Sjkennedy 11:42, 19 October 2015 (UTC)
Kesler JL, I am writing to you again concerning the files Located at https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Special:UncategorizedFiles . If you do not intend to add categories to these files will you please let me know if these are Family History Library files or what category do you suggest they be stored under? Your assistance will be appreciated. Sjkennedy 15:35, 23 October 2015 (UTC)