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We are currently evaluating tools to create and publish product documentation online with access mostly via excellent search.
My previous experience is with DITA solutions, or prior to that, a simple webhelp publication.
I wanted to hear opinions from tech writers with experience creating documentation using MindTouch.
I have only tried it briefly as part of an evaluation, but on first appearance its wiki-like editor concerned me.
Can anyone please offer their insights and experiences with MindTouch?
* How well does it cope with multiple SME reviews of an article/topic?
* How easily can you define global character styles?
* How easy is it to create numbered steps? Can you customize the look?
* How good is their online search?
* What are the biggest pros and cons with this platform?
Many thanks for any and all contributions.
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