Since we officially launched the Sneakerpedia.com site last week, there has been a lot of excitement around the new sneaker wiki. Many of you have created new accounts, along with uploading your collections, and the amount of heat is helping to make Sneakerpedia one of the best sites on the internet. If you don’t believe us, it seems you haven’t looked through the site enough, because the amount of rare sneakers already uploaded is simply amazing. It’s you, the sneaker community, that has made it what it is, and with that in mind, it’s you who will determine what works, and what doesn’t, as far as the future of Sneakerpedia is concerned.
The way a wiki works is with the help of everyone. If you see duplicate sneakers on the site, click ‘Report Duplicate Page’ located on the right corner under the Sneaker History portion of the sneaker.
If by chance you happen to see fake sneakers on the site, click ‘Report Content’ located on the lower right corner of the image and let us know, so we can keep nothing but legit kicks on Sneakerpedia. At the bottom right corner of each uploaded sneaker is the ‘Report Content’ button.
Clicking the ‘Report Content’ will open a page with a dialog box where you can submit your concerns.
If you see something that needs changed, click on that ‘Feedback’ button at the upper right side of the page, and let us know what we can do to make it better.
We’ll do our best to address everyone’s concerns, but the more help we have from sneaker enthusiasts around the globe, the better Sneakerpedia will be. The site is constantly being worked on and we will do our best to inform everyone of new and improved functions.