How to suggest edits for our documentation at docs.uipath.com!

How to suggest edits for our documentation at docs.uipath.com!

This document is part of our beginners guide.

You might not know it, but it is super easy to improve our documentation at docs.uipath.com :slight_smile:

All you have to make an edit suggestion. See below how:

1. Find the Suggest Edits button

It is placed next to article header

2. Create an account

3. Submit your feedback!

You will have access to the documentation page and be able to submit any edits you see fit. Our team will then evaluate your suggestion and merge it into the live article :slight_smile:

Afterwards, you can track your suggestion in your Readme.io profile. You might receive an email when someone from our team comments on your suggestion to ask for more information or when your suggestion is added to the article.

P.s. This does not work with localized content.

Have fun editing!

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@loginerror Does this mean just edit or sub topics can be added under that?

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Hi @Sugumar8785. You can only edit existing topics, not add new ones.
But you can also leave comments with your edits where you could suggest the creation of a new topic.
Feel free to go wild on them suggestions! :grin: :dancer:

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Wow…this is an awesome feature to have. Was waiting for this for a long time :slight_smile:

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Submit your feedback! You will have access to the documentation page and be able to submit any edits you see fit.

Hi @loginerror !
I was wondering: is there an existing documentation on Studio web ? Because I don’t find it, and I think it is interesting to have one !
And I would be glad to participate in the creation of such a documentation :smile:

Hi @Hiba_B

I believe this is work in progress, given that Studio Web is currently in public preview :slight_smile:
This means that the documentation will become available once we git GA.

But just to clarify - our main aim is for you to not need any documentation at all. If you do, we still have work to do :slight_smile: (obviously, it can never be 100% documentation free experience, but that is something we strive for).

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