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  1. pooja195
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    \(\huge\color{orange}{Welcome~To~OpenStudy}\) Hey there!!! Since you are new here, read this legendary tutorial for new OpenStudiers!! http://goo.gl/5pp1u0 For an visual tutorial look at this! Its amazing :o https://prezi.com/fs3hqdpcopic/an-unofficial-guide-to-openstudy/ Also consider reading the CoC and the T&C http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct http://openstudy.com/terms-and-conditions

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    How to find a user If you know the name of the user then there are two ways you can find them :) 1) http://prntscr.com/78k2k4 http://prntscr.com/78k27f then just type in the username :) and dm them :3 2)You can press Ctrl+F on the subject page and type in their username in the part to see what is highlighted like this http://prntscr.com/78k66w you do no know the usersname then you are out of luck sorry! :(

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    Ways to get help! :) 1) You can ask Qualified Helper questions :) by paying money (buying owl bucks!) your question will be yellow it will stick out to users and a Qualified Helper will come and help you! :) (for now this is only for math questions. And only in the Math Subject. 2) You can tag people use the "@" symbol like this @TheSmartOne 3) You can post a link to your questions into the chats located at the bottom of the screen :) http://prntscr.com/763xln 4) You can pm users to see if they will help you :) http://prntscr.com/763xwu OR you can also click on a user's name whom you want help from like this: http://prntscr.com/763y39

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    What is OpenStudy? OpenStudy is a social learning network where students ask questions, give help, and connect with other students studying the same things. Our mission is to make the world one large study group, regardless of school, location, or background. Like any successful startup, we work hard, have fun, and believe in what we do.OpenStudy has been supported by the smartest institutions: National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Georgia Research Alliance, Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, and Learn Capital.We make this possible on OpenStudy. Connect with other students studying the same things. Get help and give help. Stay and enjoy the conversation. And level up!~omar

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    Thats all for now buddy! :) If you need anything else do not hesitate to pm me :D

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    @felfla Here is some of the info on ambi requirements Ambassadors are representatives of OpenStudy. We answer questions from new users. We welcome and greet users. It's our job to be the embodiment of OpenStudy's ideologies. Before I go any further, there are strict requirements you must meet. ◘ Be thirteen or older ◘ Have a form of ID - excluding a birth certificate ◘ Have no serious offenses on your record ◘ If you have serious offenses, an additional process may be required ◘ Have read the Code of Conduct and Terms, and understand the rules ◘ Have at least 90 days studied Do you meet these requirements? If so, then please read the next part of the process. There are some key behaviors that Ambassadors must express ◘ As an Ambassador, you agree to always be kind and understanding ◘ As an Ambassador you should let users know you appreciate them ◘ Congratulate and reward positive behavior, and discourage negative behavior ◘ Lead by example! ◘ Respect the staff - never talk ill of OpenStudy ◘ Never disclose personal information if shared with you Do you feel like Ambassadorship is something you would want to do? Do you want a bright future with OpenStudy? Then become an Ambassador! [NOTE: The application, or form, is often subject to change. A message will be posted in either the Ambassador Group or OpenStudy Feedback with details on how to submit an application] You can contact e.mccormick , thomaster , shrutipande9 , ashleyisakitty or hartnn for additional Ambassador opportunities. form link: https://docs.google.com/a/openstudy.com/forms/d/14kZejqKJuYBxuRCxCjwa-rAUtScOYB6KTlrZDmYLTGM/viewform http://blog.openstudy.com/2014/01/30/openstudys-diplomatic-corps/ http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/5500a830e4b0dc5d8bd5db63-e.mccormick-1426110412484-iwannabeanambi.pdf Made by Compassionate , slightly edited by sleepyjess

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