some direction to follow:
* does not change the photos, make a proposal ...
* Do not create new pearltrees for less than 5 pearls ...
* respect the visual harmony ...
* Arbo rather closed (Russian dolls) than developped in flowchart (chart) ...
* Keep essentially, avoid repetition ...
* reduce the youtube (& other) url so we won't have many duplicate...
Thank you in advance
quelque orientation à respecter:
*ne pas changer les photos, faites une proposition...
* Ne pas créer de nouveaux pearltrees pour moins de 5 perles...
*respecter l'harmonie visuelle...
* plutôt arbo fermé (poupées russes) que dévellopé en flowchart (organigramme)...
*Garder l'essentiel, éviter les répétitions...
*réduire les url youtube j'usqu'au &...
Merci d'avance Sep 28

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Different languages in the editorial would be cool. by paraent Aug 28

Lizal30. I'm learning too. The answer will come as we cultivate further. by lauren_mcgeorge Aug 18

How do u duplicate when wanting to look at pearls ? I'm new and don't fully understand by lizal30 Aug 17

when you become member duplicate the pearls if you wanna take some or it will deleted them from the team ! most of my team activity is to check my pearltrees to see if some newbies haven't deleted pearls while picking them...
I find it a bit strange when new members are acting like founders, inviting & adding everyone... by noosquest Aug 17

look at the member list to see the founder & the history for the most active.... by noosquest Aug 17

Who is the navigator of this team? by lauren_mcgeorge Aug 17