How to Create an Instructables Account




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How to join the greatest thing since the invention of T.V. Glasses!!

And all you need is:

[   ]A working computer with an internet connection (you are using one right now.)
[   ]A recent version of Java (recommended but not required.)
[   ]A recent version of Flash (recommended for uploading photos)

Step 1: Getting Started

Step 1
[   ]Once you've successfully navigated to the page you are currently viewing, right-click on the link located at the upper-right portion of this page titled "Sign up now" (see picture below) and proceed to clicking the "Open in New Window" option so you can create an account while viewing this guide.

Step 2
[   ] You will then encounter an ad suggesting that you become a Pro member. If you're interested you can always upgrade to Pro whenever you like but for the sake of convenience I suggest you ignore this and carry on.

Step 3
[   ]See picture.

Step 2: At Long Last!

Spot on!

From here you can edit your info such as interests, location,  and something about yourself.

It's time to make your mark in the Instructables universe!



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    9 Discussions

    My opinion is that you should look at the contests list and plan your instructables for a day and spend 1-2 days making the instructable, editing and building. The better quality the instructable the more views. Like for example no blurry pictures or boring pictures, make them light and happy and fun. Put a few jokes in your instructables and have fun doing it. Because if you don't have fun while making an instructable then why even bother. Anyway, great instructable I guess I would say.


    This comment is not attacking you but to provide a bit of positive feedback.

    1) the subject of your instructable "how to create an instructable account"
    its in multiple steps>in order to view all the steps you need to be a member or be logged in.
    2) your creating an instructables on instructables, thats like googling Google.  You end up tearing the fabric of the space time continuum!

    1 reply

    Thanks I got a good laugh out of that. I was also unaware that you cannot view all of the steps as a guest. Many thanks.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It's one of those things where it doesn't matter how good it is, people don't see it before they've already done it and asked "how to make virus for hacking the files?" or similar...
    Any way, congratulations on your firsts, welcome to Instructables!



    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It's inoffensive, your English is good, you put pictures in each step, but it's not going to help a lot of people.
    What are you interested in? - I bet you've got something good somewhere, even simple-jobs well done can be worth doing. I cleaned & buffed some DVDs, but I never bothered to publish... Problem is I've only got the "after" not the "before".