I love it, I don't need to scroll through the pages, notice them, and cut and past them to a 'trouble shooting' word document on my desktop.

It is a great all in one on-line find and fix the link solution.


Aktobe22 (talk) 13:30, May 22, 2015 (UTC)

Are you aware that Special:WantedPages has always existed? If not, then I guess Insights is "working" by bringing attention to features some users didn't know about. -452 13:35, May 22, 2015 (UTC)
Indeed, this is something we're quite happy to hear! We do want to bring more useful special page data out of the arcane shadows, so that more people can benefit from them. For anyone reading who wants to find more pages like this, Special:SpecialPages includes a large number of interesting lists. Kirkburn  talk  contr  @fandom  13:55, May 22, 2015 (UTC)

Hi there.  I have been working on the GameFAQs Fire Emblem Fates Wikia and I noticed that even after adding an infobox, it still says that the page lacks an infobox.  This can be seen here.

My page is Charged151, it has an infobox, but is still listed...

Help?'{{SUBST:User:Charged151/sig}}' 01:24, December 7, 2015 (UTC)

"Pages that need an infobox" Edit

A lot of these are unnecessary since some are disambiguation pages and I don't think the home page "needs and infobox". Can you make it so that we can flag pages as not needing an infobox?FortressMaximus #realcanon #TruEU #2016YearofMecha (Talk) 00:04, June 23, 2016 (UTC)

Sorry for a bit of a slow response, but this is definitely something we're considering. We know there are some pages that simply don't deserve an infobox, so it would make to be able to exclude them somehow. Kirkburn  talk  contr  @fandom  18:49, July 21, 2016 (UTC)

"Tool almost always broken" Edit

Regardless of which wiki I visit, the reports this tool produces are almost always unavailable in some manner or another. The only useful tidbits are unorganized templates, popular pages, and pages without infoboxes - All other information is already available by Special pages. Perhaps Wikia could leverage the power of WikiGnomes by that instead of swallowing the error and producing a null value "All's well" report in the vague hope that it will *eventually* be fixed, it could link the page needing attention to get past its fatal error(s). If everything is truly taken care of, a nice green 0 would be a very rewarding signal for a WikiGnome to see. --PlNG (talk) 09:27, February 10, 2019 (UTC)

Hi, have you also sent this feedback to staff? (Special:Contact/feedback) --Sharkie 10:42, February 10, 2019 (UTC)
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