A diplomacy web is an interactive diagram that visually displays relationships between several organizations in your world. Using them is pretty simple, so let's get right into it!
First, you need to define at least one diplomatic relationship between two organizations. To do so, edit one of the two organizations and go to the Diplomacy tab. Click the Add a Diplomatic Relation button and use the modal window to fill in the details.
Use the Party 2 field to choose the other organization from your world's list of organization. The relations score, between -100 (terrible) and 100 (perfect) define how friendly that party is towards the other one —remember that Party 1 being friendly doesn't necessarily mean that Party 2 is friendly too!
The official diplomatic status is a free-form text (keep it short) that labels the kind of relationship they officially have —Allies, At war, Non-aggression pact, etc. Finally, you may use the Notes field for a more detailed explanation.
Using the diplomacy webs
Once you have at least two related organizations, you are ready to use a Diplomacy Web! Choose which organization you want at the center of the web, then edit it and go to the bottom of its Diplomacy tab. In the Diplomacy histograms, copy the Diplomacy widget, which will look something like [diplomacy:ID], where ID is the organization's article ID. Simply paste this code to any article and it will display the web from presentation view:
If instead you want to display a massive web of all related organizations, you can also do that! First of all, add a unique tag to all organizations you want to display in the web (more information in the Guide to the Tagging System). Then, simply use the [diplomacy] tag, but instead of an article ID, add the tag you chose. For example, [diplomacy:mainorgs]. This is an example of a full diplomacy web in action: