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Template:Userspace draft

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It adds the pages to Category:Userspace drafts or a dated subcategory thereof, unless the parameter source=ArticleWizard is used, in which case it's Category:Userspace drafts created via the Article Wizard or a dated subcategory thereof.

If the page is in article mainspace it shows {{New unreviewed article}}, and in all other namespaces it adds the category Category:Misplaced userspace drafts.

This template is added automatically to userspace drafts created via the Wikipedia:Article wizard 2.0 (the discussion page is at WT:WIZ2).

Note: when used in User, User talk or Wikipedia talk namespaces, this template automatically includes __NOINDEX__.

If the page this template is on has not been edited it over a year, it will appear in Category:Stale userspace drafts.

Usage

To use, add {{Userspace draft|date=August 2016}} to the very top of a draft article in userspace (not its talk page).

This template should only be used in userspace. To denote articles in the mainspace that are undergoing major edits, use {{Inuse}}.

Optional parameters

  • |last=yes will give the last updated date, via an embedded {{Last updated}} (Note: Application of this template to the page, not just the last content edit, will also qualify.)
  • |page= allows you to specify a custom page name for where the page may be located after the draft is complete. If it isn't specified, it will default to the subpage title.
  • |noob=no will suppress display of instructional wording, for experienced editors who already know how to develop userspace drafts into articles.
  • |article= replace the wording "a Wikipedia article" with something else, e.g. "an essay" or "a wikiproject", to reflect the nature of a non-article draft. Using this option will also suppress features relating to the Article Creation Wizard and the submission of article drafts for review.

Found in mainspace?

If the template appears on a page in mainspace, check that the content is appropriate there, if so remove the tag. Possible reasons for being tagged in mainspace:

  • Moved correctly from userspace
  • Moved incorrectly from userspace
  • Tagged incorrectly
  • Tagged prior to Userfication (strictly speaking incorrectly).

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