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Addition of "Things to Know" - corner.
There must be a specialized "Things to know" under any type of heading given, placed at any appropriate corner of the page where its easy to catch the readers eye. Everything in this universe is interesting only when presented in the most interestingly straight-forward way of deliverance. 5-6 bullet points or fewer, with the most knowledgeable resource could be provided, which might also give the reader a short over view of the confined search item. It is the efficient way of putting up the rate of interest to gain more and more sustainable knowledge and interest for more.
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Monsoon trance
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created on22:46, 4 February 2017 (UTC)

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What is the problem you're trying to solve?

Then i thought how it might be inspiring me to visit several other diverse world of knowledge in the blink of an eye.

What is your solution?


It would also allow me great help with the scanning and skimming process of reading.

Who will you be doing outreach with?


IUB School of Engineering.



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I could only think of this idea when i desired for something like this one.




  • Strongly commendable. This idea is slightly different from the present DYK (Did You Know). In some other ways, this is already happening. Take a look at Share a fact. I will insist you to endorse the idea, reach out to the people behind it, collaborate with them and take your idea ahead. DiptanshuTalk 15:17, 3 March 2017 (UTC)

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