How to Find Your Articles on wikiHow Marked Inuse

If you are a fairly prolific author, (or just forgetful), you may forget which articles you have that are "under construction." Assuming that you know the title of your articles, that is easily remedied by finding the articles that are currently marked in use.


  1. 1
    Decide that you want to "get caught up" on your articles that are under construction.
  2. 2
    Go to your user page and see if you can find your articles on your list of contributions.
  3. 3
    Check out your list of watched articles. You may have watched an article as a reminder to finish an {{inuse}} article.
    • Some people like to keep all articles (even ones they've done extensive work on), also in their Watchlist, so realize that this list may be long and could be cumbersome to find their page they'd need to finish the article edits with/on.
  4. 4
    Go to the articles marked {{inuse}} by clicking here, if you can't find your articles under your contributions list. You'll see your articles there.
  5. 5
    Finish your articles in use as needed, one at a time.


  • Remember that your article should only have an {{inuse}} template for a short while. Do your best to get your article done in a timely manner.

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