3 (pronounced “three”) is a mobile phone network owned by CK Hutchison Holdings. The company sells mobile phones and contracts, and operates stores called 3Store.
This community wiki is intended to be a repository of Victoria 3 related knowledge. Anyone can edit, though new editors are encouraged to read the guidelines before contributing.
Articles are the heart of Wikipedia. They survey existing human knowledge, and are supported by reliable independent sources. They can be about any subject of sufficient scope and depth to make a difference to readers, including people, places, events, organizations, ideas, etc. Articles must be notable and verifiable – citation to significant primary or secondary sources, such as newspapers, books, peer-reviewed academic journals and similarly high-quality publications is required. See Wikipedia:Notability for more information.
A blog is a community journal, often with articles in reverse chronological order, followed by threaded comments. A wiki is a collaborative website; its pages are continually evolving and growing, sometimes quite quickly.
All pages in the main article namespace are referred to by their English names (linked to that page on Wikipedia), but pages in other namespaces are prefixed with an indicator of their location within the wiki. More information about the number of pages in each namespace can be found on the statistics page, Special:AllPages and Wikipedia:Statistics.
Every wiki has one or more forums, the primary way users communicate in a wiki. These forums contain threads, which are conversations, and articles (topics).
For example, a forum might be dedicated to a project team or company department. This allows for focused discussion of topics within a specific context and the organization of information around it.
Creating a new forum is easy. Click the “Create group” button on the left side of the page, then type the name of the group in the Group Name field. The name should directly relate to the interests of the group.
Once a forum is set up, it can be tagged with categories and keywords. This helps people find the articles they want to read. For example, if a wiki article is about cold-weather biking, it can be “tagged” with the words commuting and winter sports so that users searching for those terms will find the article. This also makes it easier to manage and organize the articles in a wiki.
The wiki’s help pages provide documentation for using its features. The pages also contain links to other help resources, such as the Teahouse and Wikipedia’s main Help desk.
In addition, the wiki offers a variety of plugins that can add functionality to it. For example, the Nuclino plugin allows users to create, edit and manage wiki content in a familiar WYSIWYG editor with integrations to 40+ apps.
A wiki can centralize the information your team needs to get work done. Instead of having to shuffle through desktop files, browser tabs and emails, you can start your day with a birds eye view on projects, strategy and workflow. McKinsey research shows that employees spend 20% of their time looking for internal information – a wiki can help you cut that number in half.