|This page documents an English Wikipedia editing guideline.|
|This page in a nutshell: Articles should be neither too big nor too small.|
This page contains an overview of the key issues concerning article size. There are three related measures of an article's size:
Usability considerations concerning the size of an article have been determined to include:
When an article is too large, consider breaking it into smaller articles, spinning part of it out into a new article, or merging part of it into another existing article. When an article is too small, it may be merged with one or more other existing articles. Such editorial decisions require consensus. Guidelines on the size of articles, and detailed solutions, are provided below. The licensing policy mandates that whenever any content is copied from one article to another new or existing article, an edit summary containing the required copy attribution must be used.
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