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New pages is a special page that lists recently created pages in reverse order of creation, with creation date and time, current size, user who created the page, and first edit summary. It also provides links to patrol these new pages when that feature is enabled.

This feature is accessible at Special:NewPages. The page results are not adjustable in the Preferences.

The ability to filter by user was added in bugzilla:6448.

Transclusion

This special page can be transcluded, with the first unnamed parameter specifying how many entries should be displayed.

{{Special:NewPages/50}}

Additional parameters may be used in a comma separated list such as:

{{Special:Newpages/limit=5,shownav,offset=20081210,namespace=Template}}
parameter value type description
limit integer Number of entries to display
offset date Date to begin the list of entries
namespace string Restrict the results to the named namespace
hideliu Hide logged in users (LIU)
hidepatrolled Only show pages which have not been patrolled.
hidebots Hide Bots
showredirs Show Redirects
shownav Display result navigation links above and beneath the results, i.e,
"(Latest | Earliest) View (newer 5) (older 5) (20 | 50 | 100 | 250 | 500)"
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