As you may notice that some of the Contributors have received submissions from members of this group and some of them are submitted in the wrong folder! Read this carefully to help the staff of the group have no need to post a comment saying 'Wrong Folder' or 'Can you submit this to the correct folder' or whatever similar to this. This demonstration will help you which folder is suitable for the deviation(s) you're submitting to the group.
FEATURED: Please do not submit to this folder as it's up to staff to select deviations to be included in the Featured folder.
STAMPS: This is simple. Any GIFS wanting to be included in this folder, it MUST have the stamp border like this along with the GIF. Anything else that doesn't bear the stamp border or is in the wrong size or whatever, it'll be rejected.
AVATARS: The folder is dedicated to avatars. If you don't know what is an avatar, it's basically a small file with the same width and height, it can be with or without background (transparent). Example of size of an avatar: 50x50 (deviantART avatar for personal accounts). Plus, it also contains an animated text/series of images to make it moving or an animation. Anything else will be rejected
PIXELS: Any animated gifs with pixels made by yourself. A pixel is a style of art, which is usually very tiny, which you may have made on software such as Photoshop or Paint.
ORIGINALS and CUSTOMS: Anything that is entirely original, for instance, your OCs, etc.
MUSIC: Any GIFs with particular parts of a music video or anything lyrical from the original artist of the song, this is the folder.
MOVIES AND TV: Anything have is relevant to a TV show or a movie, this is the folder for this purpose plus it m
ANIME: Anything from the actual anime or your original work drawn in Anime style, it's acceptable.
GAMES Anything from a real game or your original work in the style of a game.
MISC. Anything that doesn't fit one of the above or if you're not sure where to put your deviation(s), this folder is for you.
Hope this should help you. Here's a simple tip: Look at your deviation. Ask yourself a question regarding your deviation and what folder does this deviation goes. That should work a trick.
Please don't cause the Contributors/Co-Founders/Founder a lot of trouble with submissions for the wrong folders. Use your common sense!