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Can I subscribe to a square and receive a notification when new photos are added to it?
Create a search that only find images in the given square, in reverse date submitted order using the search form . This one is an example for SN5881: . Copy the GeoRSS link at the bottom of the search results page. You can either read the feed in an RSS reader such as Google Reader link by adding the link as a new subscription, or you can use an RSS2email service such as Feedmyinbox link to receive updates via email.

There is also a link at the bottom of your profile page giving access to a special search showing images uploaded in the last 30 days in any square that you've submitted to.

Finally, you can subscribe to the grid square discussion of a square you're interested in by going to the grid square discussion page and ticking 'notify me of new posts'.

(Inspired by a question asked on the forum by tuppence and answered by barryhunter .)

Photo Contributors :: Contributing

One of my shots was supplemental, I think should be a geograph.
(From 11 May 2016 the Supplemental Classification is replaced by Image Type Tags:
see ).

A. Click on your image to open it.
B. Look for the yellow framed exclamation mark under the photo frame (right side)
- "Change image details" and click on here
C. Scroll down until you come to the last blank text box. It has the words "Please describe what's
wrong..." above it.
D. write your thoughts in the box, the more detail the better
E. select the second tick box underneath "Bring the issue to the ..."
F. Click on Submit Changes.

This will raise what is known as a ticket which other moderators in addition to the original moderator who gave the classification you are unsure of, can read. They are likely to comment (some with more detail than others) and you will receive email notification of this. A decision is usually reached within a week. The time frame is to allow as many moderators as possible to read your comments and add their own. Some moderators only volunteer their time at weekends or may just be away.

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