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Is it a deliberate intention that threads cannot be posted in this section (Article Discussion). I can see, so far that the section is building a selection of tutors, very welcome, compiled by yourself (Ian). Query is, how to we actually comment on articles, in this site, in that section?
 
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If the forum is to remain locked, then perhaps a sub-forum within can be created for submissions by anyone.
 

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That forum is basically a repository for the automatically created discussion threads that are attached to each article - with the intention that comments are posted in the comments thread relating to each article. For example, for you click on one of the articles (i.e. https://www.windows10forums.com/articles/change-desktop-background.5/) you'll see the "discussion" tab at the top that will let you comment in the linked thread. If I opened that forum up, the comments on the articles would no longer be linked.

If the forum is to remain locked, then perhaps a sub-forum within can be created for submissions by anyone.
It's possible to submit an article directly by using the "add article" button on the article main page (https://www.windows10forums.com/articles/) :). It puts them in to a moderation queue so that spammers can't get an article on the site, but also means we can check before it appears so that we can make sure it's of a good quality and not copied/pasted content (which would get the site in to trouble). It would be great to get other tutorials added by members too :D.
 
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Yes, Ian Please do that. Feel free to correct any spelling or omissions.
 
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Cheers Dave, will do that now :D.
 
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