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The wiki way is to create content easily. But after a while it is very important to interconnect content to make sure that you will find what you are looking for. Some classification criterions:

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        The wiki way is to create content easily. But after a while it is very important to interconnect content to make sure that you will find what you are looking for. Some classification criterions:
        

        * [[Reference:InsertLink|Linking]] between the articles, to carry on issues or link similar information
        
        * [[Reference:InsertCategory|Insert categories]], which can be sorted seperately.
        
        * Create [[Subpage|Subpages]] to map secundary processes
        
        * The [[Namespace|principle of namespaces]]
        
        * [[Redirects]] to prevent duplicationan and und dealing with synonyms
        
        [[en:{{FULLPAGENAME}}]][[de:Ordnung und Übersicht im Wiki]]
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The wiki way is to create content easily. But after a while it is very important to interconnect content to make sure that you will find what you are looking for. Some classification criterions:
 
The wiki way is to create content easily. But after a while it is very important to interconnect content to make sure that you will find what you are looking for. Some classification criterions:
  
* [[InsertLink|Linking]] between the articles, to carry on issues or link similar information
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* [[Reference:InsertLink|Linking]] between the articles, to carry on issues or link similar information
 
* [[Reference:InsertCategory|Insert categories]], which can be sorted seperately.
 
* [[Reference:InsertCategory|Insert categories]], which can be sorted seperately.
 
* Create [[Subpage|Subpages]] to map secundary processes
 
* Create [[Subpage|Subpages]] to map secundary processes

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