Moving ==See also== to its proper location seems to happen only when it is below ==References==, and when ==Notes== is either absent or below the original ==See also== location. The presence of ==External links==, ==Further reading==, and/or ==Notes== only alerts the user and doesn't automatically move ==See also== to the top, even though such a fix seems to be a small extension of the current fix-behavior. I didn't test every permutation, so I'm just recalling from the many manual ==See also== placement fixes I've done. @Tom.Reding 23:35, 17 March 2015 (UTC)
• Reguyla raised the priority of this task from to Needs Triage.