WikiHow, a wiki-based community consisting of how-to guides, has launched a Hindi language version of the portal at hi.wikihow.com. The website is already available in other International languages such as English, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, and Hebrew. Portal: The Hindi website offers the same UI(user interface) and features as its other counterparts. Users who already have an account with WikiHow English or other languages can use the same login to access the Hindi portal. At the time of writing this article, it's social login via Facebook connect was not working. Users can search or submit articles in categories including arts and entertainment (कला और मनोरंजन), travel (यात्रा), relationships (रिश्ते), among others. Users can also search for articles from the search bar on the navigation menu. However, in order to search, users need to submit query in devanagari script, which might be complicated for users who've not installed one. Perhaps the site could have incorporated support for Transliteration. Apart from that, the search bar also misses with feature such as voice search, which is available on the English version of the site. The voice search is also not available on its Spanish, French and other language websites. We believe since the website uses Google's custom search on the site, it might add this feature once Google provides it for Hindi language. On the article page, users can edit, discuss, and also check out the history of the page. Users can also share the article with social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon,…
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