I'd like to thank you for editing Zeke Smith's history section in Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. However, I did notice several errors in your edit. As you are new to the wiki, here are some tips for whenever you make edits:
1.) Check your tenses. Each contestants' history section per season should be written in the past tense. The present tense is normally only used for recurring instances, such as challenge or gameplay articles.
2.) Review your facts. I noticed that you mistakenly labeled Zeke, Michelle Schubert, Chris Hammons, David Wright, and CeCe Taylor as the post-switch Takali tribe, when they were in fact the post-switch Vanua tribe. We have an entire wiki for you to double check every player and every season, so feel free to read our other articles. Reliable outside sources can also help you in this regard.
3.) Basic writing and grammar skills. Punctuations are important in writing so that the reader can understand what you're trying to say. Commas can be a big help in separating different concepts that fall under the same sentence, but be careful to use them properly! Also try avoiding run-on sentences that try to include too much information jumbled all together.
I've noticed that you've been making several edits since you joined a few days ago. A new face is always welcome around these parts! Do try to make sure, however, that you review your edits before publishing them. If you have any inquiries, feel free to drop me, or any of the other admins, a message.
Thanks, and I hope you contribute as much as you can to the Survivor Wiki! :)