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So I just got ability to edit community wiki but I have no idea what that is. Also answers do not tell me what is it, where is it, what is looks like?

Yes I've read answers like this: What are "Community Wiki" posts?

But it gives no examples of what the things looks like.

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    Also answers do not tell me what is it, where is it, what is looks like? The post you referenced tells you all of those things.
    – Servy
    Oct 13, 2016 at 21:14
  • I suggest that says somewhere in the post. "THIS IS A COMMUNITY WIKI POST". Because this hint was too subtle for me, so it's probably too subtle for a percentage of users. Oct 14, 2016 at 11:56

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The question you linked, and all its answers, are community wiki. Notice how, in the bottom-right where the author's usercard would normally be, it says "community wiki." Below that, you'll find information like the number of revisions.

This is a usercard from a normal Super User post by me:

normal

And this is one from a wiki post mostly written by me:

community wiki

Note that the links to the user for some community wiki posts here on MSE might not go to the user page, likely because of the MSO/MSE split.

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As already said by Ben, the post you linked is a community wiki.

If you look for more examples, you can use the search option wiki:yes. It will give you all community wiki questions and answers.

I have also edited the community wiki you referenced to include the identification method.

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