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Information is what readers come to the wiki for. Therefore, it is very important that their expectations coincide with reality and they can find what they were looking for. Think about how the article should look, what topics and sections should contain. Structure and links are also very important. But how to understand that the article has enough information?

Tips and tricks[]

Understanding whether an article has enough information depends on the specific context and purpose for which you are evaluating it. If you are writing about Character, so it definitely should contain the Biography, History, Story, Relationships and etc. Here are some general steps you can follow to assess the adequacy of an article's information:

Table of content
Read the title and abstract

The title and abstract should provide a concise overview of the article's main topic and findings. They can give you an initial indication of whether the article is relevant to your needs.

Skim through the article

Quickly scan the article's sections, headings, subheadings, and any highlighted or bolded text. This will give you an overall sense of the article's structure and content. Pay attention to any sections that seem relevant to your information needs.

Assess the depth and breadth of coverage

Consider the level of detail and comprehensiveness of the information provided. Does the article thoroughly cover the topic, or does it only provide a brief overview? Look for key details, evidence, examples, and supporting data. Evaluate whether the article goes into enough depth to meet your informational requirements.

Check the sources and citations

If the article includes references, citations, or hyperlinks to external sources, assess their reliability and credibility. Verify if the article draws from reputable sources and whether those sources support the claims or arguments made. A well-researched article should include citations or references to back up its information.

The list of references which are used in the article
Look for balanced perspectives

Check if the article presents a balanced viewpoint and considers different sides of an argument or topic. A reliable article should provide a fair and unbiased analysis rather than being overly one-sided or biased.

Compare with other sources

To validate the information, cross-reference the article with other reputable sources. If multiple sources present similar information, it adds to the reliability and accuracy of the content. Do not forget to add interwiki links to easy access the interlanguage content as well.

Consider the article's date

Take note of when the article was published or last updated. Check the Page History and think if some topics may require up-to-date information. Ensure the information in the article is relevant and not outdated. Usually it is needed to be followed for pages about series and games where the new seasons/news are coming.


If you still doubt that the article does not cover the whole topic, then ask the readers. One way to get feedback is through comments. Turn on this option and analyze what readers write. It is quite possible that they will not find what they were looking for and leave the comment about it.

Another option is to let your friends read the article and ask if they had enough info. It can be people both familiar with the subject, and beginners who just want to immerse themselves in a new world.