Wikipedia:Help Project/Assessment

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You can help assess help pages! Here is how:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the quality and importance scales below.
  2. Choose a help page from one of the categories listed below.
  3. Add an assessment to the help page using {{Wikipedia Help Project|class=A|importance=High}}

Class options are: A, B, C, Start, File, Category, Template or NA (Note: no Stub!)

Importance options are: Top, High, Mid, Low, Bottom or NA.

Quality scale[edit]

Help page quality grading scheme

Note that the project does not use a "Stub" classification!

  • Bulleted list item~~~~Insert non-formatted text here== Importance scale ==

There is information on number of page views at Wikipedia:Help Project/page statistics which may be helpful in judging importance.

{{Importance scheme

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|topic = Help |impn = |Top_text = Pages which are very frequently consulted, which provide entry points into the help system. |Top_example = Help:Contents
Wikipedia:Contact us
Wikipedia:About |High_text = Pages which are frequently consulted, or which provide information critical to using/editing Wikipedia. |High_example = Wikipedia:Media help
Help:Wiki markup
Help:Introduction to referencing |Mid_text = Pages which are useful, but not essential to using/editing. |Mid_example = Wikipedia:Rollback
Help:Archiving a talk page |Low_text = Pages which may be useful to consult on occasion, but generally not required in everyday editing. |Low_example = Help:Barchart |Bottom = yes |Bottom_text = Pages which give help on very infrequently used features/processes, outdated features, or help for a niche audience. |Bottom_example = Wikipedia:Guide for h2g2 Researchers |NA = yes |NA_text = Importance is not applicable e.g. templates, categories, pages part of the Help Project itself. |NA_example = Template:Help category
Wikipedia:Help Project |Unknown = yes |Unknown_text = Importance has not yet been assessed. |Unknown_example= -- }}