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Welcome to the Scratch Wiki!
We're glad to have you here! The Scratch Wiki is a large wiki which anyone including you can contribute to and edit. With 1,858 articles, 2,318 users, 72 active users, 257,633 edits and 3,315 files, the Scratch Wiki has been thriving since December 6, 2008.

Here's your first stop: the "Welcome" tutorial.


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Bigpuppy Logo.png bigpuppy talk ▪︎ contribs 16:11, 13 August 2020 (UTC)



Hey there! Welcome to the English Scratch Wiki, ButterySaltedPopcorn. Congratulations on joining us! I'm bigpuppy. If you have any questions or would just like to chat, feel free to leave a comment on my talk page.

By the way, I've compiled a list of tips for New Wikians. To see them, click "Expand" on the right side of the box below.

Have fun on the Scratch Wiki, and good luck editing!

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Bigpuppy Logo.png bigpuppy talk ▪︎ contribs 16:12, 13 August 2020 (UTC)


Hey there, ButterySaltedPopcorn! I'd like to welcome you to the Scratch Wiki!

I would highly recommend starting out with the Welcome Tutorial to learn the basics, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask me or anyone else, or you can create a topic on the Community Portal.

Here's a short list of a few things that you might want to know:

  • The Random Page button (found in the Navigation tab on the sidebar to the left) and the Pages to Improve category might help you with finding an article to edit.
  • The Help pages (also on the sidebar) can be useful if you're wondering how to do something!
  • You can create a topic on a talk page by clicking the pencil icon at the top of the page (next to your username) and selecting "New topic."
  • Make sure to fill out the summary at the bottom of the page when you make an edit; it helps people know what you changed or added! You can also check the "This is a minor edit" box if your edit is very small (e.g. fixing the spelling of a word).
  • You should use the "Show preview" button (next to the "Save changes" button) while you're editing. It helps you avoid making a lot of edits to a single page and could help you catch typos. "Show changes" might be useful too.
  • If you like discussing and giving your opinion on things, you should sign up for the Discussion Invitation System!
  • Be bold! You'll probably make some mistakes (everyone does!), but you shouldn't be afraid to get editing. You'll learn lots over time, and the Scratch Wiki is a welcoming place. If you ever need help, just ask someone!

That's all I have! Have fun editing! :D
Groko13 (talk | contribs) 17:26, 13 August 2020 (UTC)

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