Re: Customers that make their own docs
We have a central site for documentation and help, but some customers
produce and manage their own docs and help based upon ours. I'm
curious if anyone else has been in a similar setup and, if so, what
tools you've seen for keeping docs in sync, besides just manually
informing/ sharing updates with the customers.
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