PLFUG #2: We heard some good Flare stories
On September 28th 2017, we met at TEA Time Brewpub in Krakow for the second ever meeting of the Polish MadCap Flare User Group (PLFUG). The theme was Flare Stories – and the attendees really rose to the challenge.
How to create a user manual in two weeks?
You are about to bring out a revolutionary new machine for the world to see. Your engineers have put endless hours into analysis and design. You carefully manufactured and tested each part. The machine is nearly ready to go to markets all over the world. Now, you need to tell your users how to make […]
Artificial intelligence – can we deliver smart content without it?
More often than not, our customers opt out of a static table of contents. Their intuition is that people don’t want to search for content as much as they want content to find them. And the intuition is confirmed by data. In this article, we want to talk about building a knowledge feed without using […]
Creating non-standard MadCap Flare reports
Flare reports are great, no doubt about it. They allow you to find potential issues in your project and fix them faster and more efficiently. You can use them to find broken links, identify unused elements, like images, and identify undefined styles, just to mention a few. Although you have such a wide variety of […]
Dealing with “The review package does not belong to this project” error in MadCap Flare
MadCap Flare allows you to create a review package containing topics and snippets and share it with reviewers for their feedback and changes. The reviewers’ changes are automatically tracked so you can easily see which parts of your content they modified. After reviewers insert comments or make changes to the files in a review package with Flare […]
Technical writing – what is it and where can I find it?
Living in the XXI century, you’ve definitely come across technical writing at some point. But, you may have been unaware of it. Let’s take a brief look at what today’s technical writing is and what it means to all of us.