After analyzing the first six weeks of help panel usage, we can see which of the five links in the help panel are getting clicked and which are not.
Users don't know what they will find behind the links when they click them -- they are deciding to click them based solely on their labels. Therefore, we should make sure that useful links are present and that they have clear titles.
We see that Korean's most popular link is about adding an image, and we also know that is the most common question that gets asked on the Czech help panel. Therefore, we should replace the "notability" link, which has gotten zero clicks, with one that is about adding an image, and its label should be "How to add an image".
We also see that Korean's second most popular link is a quick tutorial, which links to this page. It's possible that the fact that it is labeled with "quick" and "tutorial" is attractive to newcomers. We should change the label on the "guide" link to be say "quick tutorial" because that is an accurate description of what it contains and potentially may be clearer for newcomers.
So in summary:
- Replace the "notability" link with a link about adding an image that is labeled "How to add an image". That link should be called "image" in the configuration.
- Change the label of the "guide" link to say "Quick tutorial". Its name in the configuration can remain unchanged.