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→‎Guidelines for naming articles: raised priority & removed duplicate
Name a new article with the following concepts in mind:
#FamilySearch Wiki is "international" so any article with a general title such as "Surnames" should really cover the entire globe! If you are writing an article which applies to one country locality only, then this should be made clear in the title of the article, such as ''Surnames in England'' or ''Scottish surnames'' etc.. #Make sure that the title clearly and concisely communicates what a user may find in the article
#Avoid descriptive adjectives
#Do not capitalize regular nouns
#Replace "''&''" with "''and''" unless it is part of a formal name
#Do not include characters such as / + { } [ ]
#Avoid the use of pronouns #Include the locality in the title when applicable #Make sure that the title clearly and concisely communicates what a user may find in the article
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