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If your server has a support page, you should report any bugs/issues you encounter there first. Reporting to your support page before reporting to the developers makes their job easier, as they don't have to deal with bug reports that might not have anything to do with them, and that helps us get new features faster.
If you're a technical user, or your site doesn't have a support page, you'll need to use the <a href = "http://bugs.friendica.com/">Bug Tracker</a>. Please perform a search to see if there's already an open bug that matches yours before submitting anything.
If you're a technical user, or your site doesn't have a support page, you'll need to use the <a href="http://bugs.friendica.com/">Bug Tracker</a>. Please perform a search to see if there's already an open bug that matches yours before submitting anything.
Try to provide as much information as you can about the bug, including the **full** text of any error messages or notices, and any steps required to replicate the problem in as much detail as possible. It's generally better to provide too much information than not enough.
<a href = "http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html">See this article</a> to learn more about submitting **good** bug reports.
<a href="http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html">See this article</a> to learn more about submitting **good** bug reports.
**Bug Sponsorship**


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Friendship in Friendica can take on a great many different meanings. But let's keep it simple, you want to be friends with somebody. How do you do it?
The easiest thing to do is to join the <a href = "http://kakste.com/profile/newhere">New Here</a> group. This group is especially for people new to the Friendica network. Simply connect to the group, post to the wall, and make new friends. You don't even have to like us - comment on a few of our posts, and other people will start to add you too.
The easiest thing to do is to join the <a href="http://kakste.com/profile/newhere">New Here</a> group. This group is especially for people new to the Friendica network. Simply connect to the group, post to the wall, and make new friends. You don't even have to like us - comment on a few of our posts, and other people will start to add you too.
The next thing you can do is look at the Directory. The directory is split up into two parts. If you click the directory button, you will be presented with a list of all members (who chose to be listed) on your server. You'll also see a link to the Global Directory. If you click through to the global directory, you will be presented with a list of everybody who chose to be listed across all instances of Friendica. You will also see a "Show Community Forums" link, which will direct you to Groups, Forums and Fanpages. You connect to people, groups and forums in the same way, except groups and forums will automatically accept your introduction request, whereas a human will approve you manually.
To connect with other Friendica user
To connect with other Friendica users:
Visit their profile. Just beneath their profile picture will be the word 'Connect' (we're assuming this is an English language profile).


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**Groups**
- <a href = "https://kakste.com/profile/newhere">New Here</a> - a group for people new to Friendica
- <a href="https://kakste.com/profile/newhere">New Here</a> - a group for people new to Friendica
- <a href = "http://helpers.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/helpers">Friendica Support</a> - problems? This is the place to ask.
- <a href="http://helpers.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/helpers">Friendica Support</a> - problems? This is the place to ask.
- <a href = "https://kakste.com/profile/public_stream">Public Stream</a> - a place to talk about anything to anyone.
- <a href="https://kakste.com/profile/public_stream">Public Stream</a> - a place to talk about anything to anyone.
- <a href = "https://letstalk.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/letstalk">Let's Talk</a> a group for finding people and groups who share similar interests.
- <a href="https://letstalk.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/letstalk">Let's Talk</a> a group for finding people and groups who share similar interests.
- <a href = "http://newzot.hydra.uberspace.de/profile/newzot">Local Friendica</a> a page for local Friendica groups</a>
- <a href="http://newzot.hydra.uberspace.de/profile/newzot">Local Friendica</a> a page for local Friendica groups</a>
**Documentation**
- <a href = "help/Connectors">Connecting to more networks</a>
- <a href = "help">Help Index</a>
- <a href="help/Connectors">Connecting to more networks</a>
- <a href="help">Help Index</a>

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Once you've finished writing your post, click on the padlock icon to select who can see it. If you do not use the padlock icon, your post will be public. This means it will appear to anybody who views your profile, and in the community tab if your site has it enabled, as well as in the network tab of any of your contacts.
Play around with this a bit, then when you're ready to move on, we'll take a look at the <a href = "help/network">Network Tab</a>
Play around with this a bit, then when you're ready to move on, we'll take a look at the <a href="help/network">Network Tab</a>
<iframe src="login" width="950" height="600"></iframe>


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This is your Network Tab. If you get lost, you can <a href = "help/network">click this link</a> to bring yourself back here.
This is your Network Tab. If you get lost, you can <a href="help/network">click this link</a> to bring yourself back here.
This is a bit like the Newsfeed at Facebook or the Stream at Diaspora. It's where all the posts from your contacts, groups, and feeds will appear. If you're new, you won't see anything in this page, unless you posted your status in the last step. If you've already added a few friends, you'll be able to see their posts. Here, you can comment, like, or dislike posts, or click on somebody's name to visit their profile page where you can write on their wall.
Now we need to fill it up, the first step, is to <a href = "help/peopleyouknow"> add people you already know from Facebook</a>.
Now we need to fill it up, the first step, is to <a href="help/peopleyouknow"> add people you already know from Facebook</a>.
<iframe src="network" width="950" height = "600"></iframe>
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This is your connector settings page. If you get lost, you can <a href = "help/network">click this link</a> to bring yourself back here.
This is your connector settings page. If you get lost, you can <a href="help/network">click this link</a> to bring yourself back here.
This is the bit that makes Friendica unique. You can connect to <i>anybody on the internet</i> from your Friendica account using this page! The available connectors varies depending on which plugins you have installed, but for now, we'll walk you through Facebook. Note that not all servers have the Facebook connector installed. If you can't find it in the list below, don't worry, we'll look at ways of connecting to more people in the following pages.
The biggest of all social networks is Facebook. Fortunately, this connector is really easy. Scroll down the page, and click Facebook Connector Settings. Enter your Facebook user name and password and let the application (the connector) do everything the options suggest. You can <a href = "https://github.com/friendica/friendica/wiki/How-to:-Friendica%E2%80%99s-Facebook-connector" target="_blank">fine tune this</a> or experiment with the other connectors too. If you need help, you can always ask at <a href="http://helpers.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/helpers" target="_blank">Friendica Support</a> or <a href="help/Connectors" target="_blank">see the instructions here</a>.
The biggest of all social networks is Facebook. Fortunately, this connector is really easy. Scroll down the page, and click Facebook Connector Settings. Enter your Facebook user name and password and let the application (the connector) do everything the options suggest. You can <a href="https://github.com/friendica/friendica/wiki/How-to:-Friendica%E2%80%99s-Facebook-connector" target="_blank">fine tune this</a> or experiment with the other connectors too. If you need help, you can always ask at <a href="http://helpers.pyxis.uberspace.de/profile/helpers" target="_blank">Friendica Support</a> or <a href="help/Connectors" target="_blank">see the instructions here</a>.
When you're ready, we can move on to <a href="help/makingnewfriends">making new friends</a>.


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