If you're viewing an item for which there's no label in your current language this will insert the 3 most common labels across other languages below the input box. A simple click on one of them will approve & submit it for the current user language.
This web application finds works with a given "author name string" value in Wikidata, groups them based on coauthors and other attributes, and allows you to map those "author name string" values to an author item via a QuickStatements upload.
This script adds automatically all labels with the help of the interwiki links and adds descriptions from an editable list. To use it, click on Automatic addition in Tools.
Check site links
When editing a Wikipedia article, the script adds an action link (near search box) to remove the sitelinks which are already available on Wikidata.
Find nearby Wikidata items missing an image, take pictures and easily upload them to Wikimedia Commons
Drag sitelinks onto claims to make "imported from" references.
Add statements and references from Wikidata or Wikipedia by dragging and dropping them.
- Duplicate an existing statement reference to another statement
- Drag a (URL-based) reference from Wikipedia to a Wikidata statement
- Drag a Wikipedia link to use as a statement in Wikidata (will ask for property)
Adds a link to copy references and add them to other statements on the same item.
Find redirects for aliases
Adds a "Find redirects" button in a submenu next to the "Watch" button that, when clicked, displays a list of Wikipedia redirects and allows the user to select some of them to add as aliases.
A script to semi-automatically import labels, descriptions and aliases for multiple languages based on the articles in Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects. Suggests descriptions by extracting definitions from article introductions, aliases based on what's bolded in the article introduction, and labels from the article title, and provides a mask to compare existing values with the suggestions made and the article introductions, and to review and edit them all at once. When finished, optionally the next item with no label or description can be loaded automatically, allowing fast processing of many items. See this page for a more detailed documentation.
This script shows a list of all labels in all languages that are supported in the specific item. And edit label without having to change your main language.
Adds a "Merge it with ..." button in a submenu next to the "Watch" button. When clicked, it allows to merge items and automatically turn the merged item into a redirect.
Mix'n'match can list entries of some external databases, and allows users to match them against Wikidata items.
Adds a move tool to the sitelink edit toolbar to move one or all sitelinks to another item.
Adds a "move" button to statements, for moving or copying them to another item, lexeme or property.
Fill in labels, descriptions and aliases of name items. See Wikidata:Namescript for more information.
This tool can add or remove statements (with optional qualifiers and sources) to Wikidata items and can run in batch mode. See documentation at Help:QuickStatements.
This script imports automatically all interwiki-links from one Wikipedia article. The gadget then can be launched by clicking on the "Import interwiki" link in the toolbox. After that a dialog appears where a language for import can be selected.
Tool to patrol and rollback unpatrolled recent changes on Wikidata, especially on mobile devices.
The Brown Tool
For random items you get image suggestions (taken from the item's articles), and can click to set that image as the item's image (P18). You can restrict to a particular topic or area using very flexible criteria.
Wikidata Game is a complicated website with many activities. Here, a machine finds potential actions and has buttons to accept or deny. Then the machine edits Wikidata automatically under your name. However, you are responsible for these edits. A WiDaR account is needed to access the Game.
The Distributed Game is a complicated website with many activities. Here, a machine finds potential actions and has buttons to accept or deny. Then the machine edits Wikidata automatically under your name. However, you are responsible for these edits. A WiDaR account is needed to access The Distributed Game.
Traveling with a smartphone but no Internet (or expensive Internet)? Load the GPX or KML file in your offline maps application, and go take pictures of Wikidata items that do not have an image (P18) yet. Like Wiki ShootMe! but offline.
Open source data wrangling software which can be used to align datasets with Wikidata, with advanced matching on names and properties. It can then be used to import these datasets in Wikidata. See the tutorials for that.
Find places nearby (by coordinates, or Q, or article) that have items on Wikidata but no images yet. If you are a traveler, insert your location to find places near you that have items on wikipedia, but no photos. Once you find a location near you, you can take photos and upload them to wikipedia to help expand the article. Manual.
Adds a box of quick "add statement" links to the right side of the page. Entity and phylogeny types, countries (location and citizenship). Also, tries to load and display a blurb from en or de Wikipedia.