Make sure to read the help page about the Community page!
For now, I still prefer Legacy just for personal usability, but eventually, UCP will come with more bug fixes and more features, and one of the main advantages of UCP is the updated software, so I may change my preference in the near future, especially the more we adapt to it.
It was removed with the UCP update.
I doubt it. What does impress me is the fact that there are actually teenagers and even adults who watch kids shows just for the sake of making the wikis of such shows.
Generally, I don't, but like Andrew said, teenagers and adults can still edit and educate other kids, teenagers, and adults to know more about the show. They also have a clear notice on the main page that says people under 13 are not allowed to participate in Discussions or edit the wiki, but they can still browse and view the wiki anonymously. For the same reason, a wiki about Dora the Explorer exists, for example.
Go to Special:Preferences, then go to the Appearance section, then click on the dropdown for the landing page, then click "Community Feeds".
@Little Miss Livie even before UCP, almost every wiki with a chat service primarily used Discord anyway, and due to both low usage and undermaintainance, the staff decided to retire the regular chat for good, they didn't want to reinvent the wheel.
Thanks for the bug fixes as usual!
@XTeodor12 you can use mentions instead, it notifies you in Discussions and takes up less clutter.
Great updates as usual, still looking forward to more bug fixes to the new software as usual, and nice dog!
@Paul Jason Michaels I know the Hot Wheels Wiki doesn't have Discussions either.
It's more of both. I personally wish I could use wikitext in here, but I understand why it doesn't exist, and it's because Discussions is not part of MediaWiki.
Discussions grew on me, but they were always great for mobile!
Some people were used to the Forums, and since people naturally don't like change, they don't like Discussions.
Great updates as usual!
^ I'm sorry to say this, but every wiki currently on the Legacy platform will have tp inevitably migrate to the new platform someday with no exceptions.
Yeah. Wikia was also the name of the entire platform (including fandom-related topics like games and TV shows) before October 2016, where the platform was entirely rebranded into "Fandom", but with the URL change that came later into the entire platform (during that time, everything was "wikia.com"), the fandom related topics moved to fandom.com and the non-fandom related topics were moved to wikia.org.
Great updates as usual! One question though, since achievements were added into UCP, would wikis with achievements be ready for migration now?