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Knowledge base categorization is an important part of Information Architecture. Your categories create order out of chaos and reduce complexity.
If you’re a knowledge base customer, you’ll be doing yourself a favor by researching the options on reputable review sites. This is where software reviews come in handy.
A comparison between different types of knowledge base software solution: full service help desks, standalone knowledge base software, Help Authoring Tools, and more.
Different knowledge base software solutions come bundled with various features and some are integrated with help desks. Compare pricing between various knowledge base options.
Knowledge bases are often used for customer product documentation, API documentation, to help customers self-serve, or support internal staff. Understand the knowledge base software available.
Write the Docs is a global community of people who care about documentation. Find out what it's all about, how you can get involved, and lots more.
A broad-strokes introduction to the fascinating world of user documentation, with links to more in-depth articles on specific topics.
I’m now a two-time conference-goer to Write the Docs and I wanted to share my experiences of being part of this wonderful community.
At Write The Docs Portland 2018, Havi Hoffman, Content Wrangler for the Moz Hacks blog, gave a talk on "Not the Docs – content and voice on a developer blog".
At Write the Docs Portland 2018, Jen Lambourne gave a fascinating talk on how the GDS conducts user research for its documentation.