We Know Templates,but if some Users Don't know how to make Templates? Just like the Infoboxes We need a portable tool for Templates which Can make Template of any type rather than Infoboxes without Coding
What's on your mind?
Before my wiki transitioned to UCP, I made frequent use of the "Most Popular Pages" feature under Special:Insights in order to prioritize pages for improvement.
Currently, I can only see the number of page views for the top 10 pages under Wiki Analytics. However, I've found that the low-hanging fruit tends to be in the top 50 or 100 pages, not the top 10.
Please consider expanding this or adding new features to help with this in the future. (Thanks!)
How can I delete messages on message walls?
What is the point of UCP? No one asked for it and the majority of users don't like it.
It was already mentioned several times that there is no built-in way to hide deleted posts for users who have the right to restore them (admins, thread mods, and users who deleted messages on their own wall). It was also claimed by @SapadorCastelo that there is no way to target it with CSS.
This appears to been changed, as I can see a class is-deleted attached to the contents, making it targetable and hideable with CSS (Except for Discussions which don't load custom CSS). The wrapper div cannot be hidden this way, so there will remain a hint for the existence of a deleted message there, but that is probably prefferable for most users anyway.
I am really, really missing bulk image upload.
There are a couple of extensions available for that.
Does anyone know whether there are plans to bring it back?
On an unrealated note, I really hate how you can't edit posts over 24 hours.
On UCP Message Walls or discussions, even in article comments, when I press the 'View More Replies/Messages' button, the replies are always show up multiple times for some reason, and I have to keep scrolling to see new messages. And I never experienced this bug on legacy. Has anyone else had this problem?
I hate it, I want the old one back!
Szkoda że nie jestem z wami ale mogę tu rozmawiać
So, what exactly does the "<>" do? Like, does it allow you to do source code-esque stuff or does it allow you to do something else.
Previously "ISBN (isbn number" would automatically create a link to search the ISBN code.
Does this functionality no longer exist?
Our wiki recently got updated and randomly the galleries have started to deconstruct for no reason (here is an example[http:// https://thebellasara.fandom.com/wiki/Inupiat https://thebellasara.fandom.com/wiki/Inupiat] ) Is there any way to stop this from happening? I've figured out that if you do any edit in source editing it will snap back to formatted, but will randomly deconstruct again at no notice. It's getting more than a little annoying at this point.
Ok since chat has been taken away, I’ve seen that many users are starting to use Discord. But my parents don’t approve of that. So are there some other apps (Should I call them) that I could use to replace Discord?