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Example hatnote text.

A hatnote is text that will appear at the top of an article or section within an article. A common example is any page to which a user was redirected. At the top it will show "Redirected from..." That's a hatnote.

Broadly speaking, a hatnote should help a reader find the article they are seeking.

If the article title is ambiguous, a hatnote might contain links to other similarly-titled articles on different topics. Or...

When writing a short section on a topic that has its own article, a hatnote can be used to direct readers to that page.