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Release Dates on Documentation

Thread began 3/30/2010 5:21 pm by grgsr | Last modified 4/04/2010 12:42 pm by grgsr | 877 views | 4 replies

grgsr

Release Dates on Documentation

I really think that with all the hard work WebAssist is doing on updates, new products, etc. that it would be advisable to add release dates in the header area of your PDF file documentations.

For example, DFP is now not used and replaced by UE4 and it appears that changes in workflow exist on the "how to" sections. Personally I'd like to see a more systematic PDF file from point A - Z vs. independent downloads for people that buy suites or packages.

I also see in the PDF files an occasional "tips" added but no comments on how to actually implement some of these tips. Example: UE4 when creating upload fields it states a tip to upload an image file and the ability to fill two fields such as Large Image and Thumbnail but it doesn't really show this in any liturature.

I am still trying to find literature on how to perform "bulk uploads" from other files rather than entering one product at a time.

I know that Web Assist pay close attention to detail so I must assume that this information is available somewhere just not easy to find...........just my input......others that don't upgrade might not have this problem.

Thanks for your dedication and commitment to making great products and excellent support!

grgsr

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