Disambiguation is the process of resolving conflicts in article titles that occur when a single term can be associated with more than one topic, making that term likely to be the natural title for more than one article. In other words, disambiguations are paths leading to different articles which could, in principle, have the same title.
Topics which can be confused by having similar but non-conflicting names, especially similar topics, can also be treated using a similar process to disambiguation.
What template should I use?
Considering that the templates used for disambiguation are not exactly the same as on Wikipedia, the following table presents the templates implemented on the Xenharmonic Wiki.
|Where to transclude
|On each related topic's page (except if the page title is disambiguated in parentheses)
|On a disambiguation page
|On each related topic's page
|On the primary topic's page
|On each related topic's page (either one way or both ways, depending on context)
If two or more topics have conflicting names, but no topic stands out as the primary topic, then a disambiguation page should be created, and the conflicting name should redirect to that disambiguation page. No use of Template:Redirect is necessary.