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This page is a list of tools you can use to work at Wikidata more quickly and comfortably. If you have written a script just add it and help many other users.

External tools

External tools are tools that do not run in Wikidata but on another server. Most of them are useful to consume the data provided by Wikidata.

See also the list of Wikidata tagged tools on labs.


Gadgets are scripts created by users which can be enabled in the preferences under the section "Gadgets". They can only be edited by administrators and are assumed to be stable.

User scripts

User scripts are also scripts created by users but they do not appear in the preferences. Instead you have to add a line of code into your common.js file to use the script. User scripts can be created by anyone and might not always be stable.

Tool of the week


by Magnus Manske
A screenshot of WikiData's Terminator

This tool generates a list of items with (and without) descriptions. Enter your language code, then enter your desired term and click "Do it". You can also find a list of the top items missing description, labels or articles. The list is available in several different languages. This tool is particularly useful for disambiguation.

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