Template:POV statement

[neutrality is disputed]

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Add {{POV statement}} after a statement or posit to signify that just that statement may not be entirely without bias.


  • |1= (or an empty parameter): specifies the section on the talk page the "disputed" link points to.
  • |date=: the date that the tag was placed.


{{POV statement|Objection|date=January 2013}}


[neutrality is disputed], where "disputed" links to Talk:Article_name#Objection. Hovering over the link "neutrality" reveals the date that the tag was placed.


  1. {{POV-Statement}}
  2. {{NPOV-statement}}
  3. {{Pov-statement}}
  4. {{POV statement}}
  5. {{POV-inline}}
  6. {{POV inline}}
  7. {{POVinline}}
  8. {{NPOV-inline}}
  9. {{NPOV inline}}
  10. {{Npov-inline}}
  11. {{FixPOV}}
  12. {{FixPov}}
  13. {{Fixpov}}
  14. {{Neutrality disputed}}
  15. {{Neutrality is disputed}}


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TemplateData for POV statement

Use this inline template to tag a statement that may not be entirely without bias. The editor placing the template must start a relevant talk page discussion.

Template parameters

This template prefers inline formatting of parameters.

Parameter Description Type Status
Month and year date

Month and year of tagging; e.g., 'January 2013', but not 'jan13'

January 2013
Auto value
String suggested
Section name on talk page 1

Section name on talk page where further information or discussion can be found

String optional

Resolving disputes - templates

Wikipedia project pages


Disputed factual accuracy

Both accuracy and POV

Disputed neutrality (POV)


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