Data can be pulled from other sites and automatically added to pages by adding an associated id in the page properties (left sidebar on desktop).
For general artist pages, profile information and external links from Discogs can be added. Add the page property DiscogsArtistId using the numeric id in the associated Discogs artist page.
Example: Discogs artist page: https://www.discogs.com/artist/92577-Morrissey
The DiscogsArtistId is: 92577
For release pages (single, album, video), profile information and images from Discogs can be added with the page property DiscogsReleaseId. Choose a specific release (not the master release) that is most relevant and has photos, usually the UK version 7" or 12".
Example: Discogs release page for Suedehead, the UK 7" has more info than the 12": https://www.discogs.com/Morrissey-Suedehead/release/410610
The DiscogsReleaseId is: 410610
Discogs Additional Release
A second release can be added to a page using the page property DiscogsAdditionalReleaseId.
Example: Discogs release for Suedehead (Mael Mix): https://www.discogs.com/Morrissey-Suedehead-Mael-Mix/release/3552782
The DiscogsAdditionalReleaseId is: 3552782
For record label pages, profile information and external links from Discogs can be added. Add the page property DiscogsLabelId using the numeric id in the associated Discogs label page.
Example: Discogs label page: https://www.discogs.com/label/51167-Rough-Trade
The DiscogsLabelId is: 51167
Extracts of Wikipedia pages can be added for additional information. Add the page property WikipediaPageTitle using the page title in the associated Wikipedia page URL.
Example: Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interesting_Drug
The WikipediaPageTitle is: Interesting_Drug