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  • Unless you have an objection, I'm going to be renaming [[Category:Browse]] to [[Category:{{SITENAME}}]] and updating any links as required on this wiki. According to Fandom's internal research, this provides a little boost to SEO over the more generic names such as Browse, Content, Index, Wiki content, Game, etc.

    If you already have a category by that name, it will become the top-level category and things in Browse will move under it. Sound like a plan? Let me know if you have any questions. You may, of course, opt out if you wish.

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    • No, that sounds fine, thanks. I don't think I ever used the browse category to begin with. Never knew how it fit in the wiki.

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  • Hey Seishinsan,

    I have a question to ask you and the other admins or top editors of this wiki, if you're willing to share your thoughts. As you're probably aware, Fandom is preparing to move all wikis onto a new community platform and part of that process is the upcoming migration of your forums to Discussions.

    Now, it's not quite time for that yet. We'll share more information and there will be some improvements to Discussions before anything gets migrated.

    However, your community's forums stand out among the 2,000 or so remaining forum communities on Fandom because it has an uncommonly high percentage of people who post anonymously. Would you say that's all or mostly due to people coming here just to share their LINE ID and not wanting to sign up for an account just to do that? Do you feel like this wiki would not be as useful for people if they had to sign up just to share their ID? Perhaps these are even people who have an account on Fandom, they just don't want to share their LINE ID publicly and have it associated with their account name?

    Discussions does not currently allow anonymous users to post. That means, once your forums have been migrated to Discussions, the users who don't have accounts would either have to log in or could no longer post. Do you think the community stands to lose valuable people and/or conversations due to this?

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    • The issue with requiring Fandom accounts on this wiki is that, it is most likely because most people who post here are one time posters who share LINE IDs. We don't really have an active community because of the type of game Tsum Tsum is. It's not a very socially driven game that requires constant conversations about strategies and hints. Once you figure out certain strategies, that'll carry you through the entire life of the game.

      The majority of wiki users mostly come here to post their LINE ID, look for translations, or look up chart numbers. So there's never really been a huge, regular social community. There are the occasional trouble shooting conversations that go on, or if there's an event that requires individual translating because of the style of the event that renders it impossible to translate every mission.

      When Discussions is eventually pushed to the wikis, it'll definitely create a huge drop in LINE ID posts because of the amount of time and effort required to post a one or two word reply that just has their account name and version. Not that the registration is a long form to fill out, but the idea that you need to register just to write one word will certainly put off a lot of people.

      Once it does get pushed, there's obviously nothing to stop that, and we'll just need to figure out a way work with the change to maintain LINE ID trading on the site. From looking at other Fandom wiki Discussions, it doesn't seem like there's a way to pin threads to the top, which is the main issue with the LINE ID trading as that is probably 95% of the Forums current use. So having constant LINE ID threads sewn through the News Updates will create a mess. I'm aware of the Filter function, but I know people, and people will get very tired, very quickly of having to need to constantly Filter LINE IDs on and off.

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    • Thanks for your detailed response! It sounds like the wiki wouldn't lose valuable regular visitors or editors when all posters need to log in, but the move to Discussions would hamper people's ability to quickly share their ID, and remove one frequent reason for visiting the wiki.

      It's possible that the extra effort needed to post will be offset a bit by the fact that Discussions is easier to use on mobile - but that's just a theory. We can't know for certain until the switch happens and LINE ID sharing goes down a lot or a little.

      Your point about sticky/pinned threads is a valid one. You can use Announcements for many things sticky posts are typically used for, like spreading news among the community, but that doesn't work for this use case.

      I can't promise that Discussions will one day have sticky/pinned posts, but I can certainly pass on your wiki's example as an argument in favor.

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  • Hi Do you know if there's a platinum trophy for this event ?

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    • For the Genie's Magic Show event? No, it only has a Gold Pin. The event is so old, in that it was released in Japan July 2018, before they created the Platinum Pin.

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  • I have almost 250 Tsum’s in collection and I tried using my maxed out Scrooge with Time/5>4 and Score Bonuses but didn’t come close. I have Carella Deville and just your goofy, and Gadget H maxed out. Any recommendations? Also, I am adding you on Line app so we can share hearts 💕 and play! I am in the PIPO heart exchanging community and in PIPO chat 4 just to let you know! My user ID on Line App is: lvgamergirl and for FACEBOOK as well- also @ gmail LoL Tysvm for your time, Seishindono! Hope to chat soon :)

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  • As as international player has the IOS devices been fixed as there was a problem last December with the Japanese version. The warning is still on the WiKi website. Thanks in advance for any info. Angela

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  • Hello! I'm Isaac, from Fandom's Editor Experience team. One project that we're excited about launching is an initiative to pair newly registered users with experienced advisors (which they can choose from). These advisors would be available for answering basic editing questions and guiding appropriate edits, in the hope that these users will become active in the local community.

    Why do this, rather than rely on admins and moderators? We've seen from research and experience (from Wikipedia) that establishing a human bond with a peer "senpai" or mentor can have a better effect on the comfort of the newcomer, especially where the high volume of edits may cause the quick response of rollbacks rather than taking the time to walk new editors through their early work. While some communities do take that time and care among their leaders, we feel an additional level might put new users at ease and help them be more comfortable with editing. Ultimately, we feel like this project will either free up some time for admins and moderators, or designate them as approachable welcomers to talk to and guide new users. We want to see how effective this is on a relatively small number of communities and see if Fandom's results are consistent with those experienced on Wikipedia. If they are, we may pursue expanding the pilot program and perhaps seeking to build it into a core part of the new platform.

    Here's what we would wish for your community to agree to:

    • At least one volunteer advisor, acting as an advisor and advocate helping newcomers. For the most part, this means responding to questions that newcomers leave the advisor in Discussions. Sometimes this may mean the advisor interacts with admins and moderators to address concerns regarding the newcomer. We have some advisors-at-large (those not tied to the local community, but available as fallbacks) already, but if you have ideas on who you might want to represent you in this role (or if you'd like to do so yourself!), feel free to contact me on my Wall or this thread.
    • Discussions / Feeds. Your community must have this active for the current solution to work. This is the primary method in which advisors have open communication with the users that choose them.
    • A change to your Welcome Messages to allow a method where a newcomer can choose an advisor. As you are currently participating in the MyDashboard program, there will be a card there to interact with an advisor.

    We are testing this for the next two months, and will see what the future of the program is thereafter. Is this a program you would feel comfortable with placing on your community?

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    • Sorry, just realized your community doesn't have Discussions / Feeds! My deep apologies.

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  • You have both Category:Colors and Category:Color Families which look to be the same thing to me. Can we get rid of one of these? I can do it with a bot or by renaming one of them, but you need to tell me which one you want to keep.

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    • Yeah, "Blue Grouping Color" would be better than what I originally suggested.

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    • Oh, is there more category reorganization to be done? Let me know.

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  • Hello again! :)

    The main page of the wiki, when viewed on a mobile device, is just the wiki logo followed by a stream of text, some of which is not really appropriate for mobile users (like Editing Guidelines and Manual of Style, for example). In order for this to be easier for readers to navigate, we need to set up your Mobile Main Page with some nice images that link to categories or important pages that your readers want to see. (You can edit it from the Edit menu on the Main Page.)

    Here are some examples so you can see what I'm talking about. (Note, if you view these on a desktop computer, everything will look huge since it is trying to use the entire screen. You can narrow your browser window down to see it at a better scale.)

    This is your current MMP: Disney Tsum Tsum

    Here is the one from the Pokémon Wiki: Pokémon Wiki

    And here is the one from my home wiki: Forgotten Realms Wiki

    So, what sort of things would you like to put on your MMP?

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    • Right now, it is linked to International Events/Halloween Party. But if you want to make a page that is just "Current Event" and link that on the MMP, then all you have to do is update that page and the MMP will be updated too. However, the image being displayed is set on the MMP and not on the page, so unless you want to use a generic event image that doesn't change from month to month, you still have to edit the MMP to change the image.

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    • I took down the Halloween Event from the MMP but we need something new to replace it. Anything happening in December? I also added two new tiles under the Tsums tile, one for mission colors and one for color families (or did you want to call that color groups, or something else?).

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  • This wiki still uses the old Forums feature that is being replaced with Discussions. Would you like to enable this newer version and start using it? The link in your top-level navigation will change from "Forum" to "Discuss" and the old Forums will still be available (currently linked under the "Community" menu).

    Let me know if I may enable this feature, and/or if you have any questions. :)

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    • Bump. Any thoughts?

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    • What was Discussions? I read about it when they introduced it and didn't care for it. But don't remember what it did anymore.

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    • It is an alternative to the Forums that works inside the Fandom App for mobile users. It lets viewers post a question or comment and others can like and/or respond in a threaded fashion. Tags can be added to a post so that users can filter on specific tags for related discussions. It makes a wiki more engaging and brings people back more often. It also supports polls so you can survey your users, or they can just have fun.

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    • Oh, that thing. No, things get lost so quickly in that thing. It's like a Facebook timeline or a subreddit. Plus it doesn't allow for anonymous posts, which is what a majority of the Forum posters are, since they only post their LINE ID maybe only once or twice. I'll wait until they force it on all the sites.

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  • Thanks for you work! Can you also check Clarice? I think 17 needs to be 16.

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