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  1. Knowledge resides in every part of the organizational system, including your employees, their tasks and outputs, and the tools they use. With its wide reach within the organization, it makes sense to leverage product documentation to encourage knowledge transfer.

  2. Keeping pace with rapid technological change, product documentation needs to evolve. A dynamic documentation portal opens a world of possibilities for technical writers as it augments their work and enables them to have time to focus on more important tasks such creating innovative, tangible value to readers—the customers.

  3. Product documentation makes it possible for multiple departments to have the same access to the latest product changes which not only informs people, but also empowers them to make quality decisions and actions that support the overall strategy of the organization.

  4. In the interests of accuracy and authenticity – and to rehabilitate product documentation from being a necessary expense (which it isn’t) to a profitable asset (which it should be) – here are six fundamental errors that many companies, including those that are successful and growing, get wrong.

  5. Here are seven care instructions for overworked and underappreciated technical writers that, once adopted, will make a massive difference in their professional and personal experience

  6. Customers who head into a knowledge base aren’t, as the term suggests, seeking to obtain information. Yes, that’s part of the equation, But their end game is to answer questions and solve problems. In other words: customers don’t merely want knowledge from knowledge bases. They want – and expect – learning.

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