09-08-2014 03:49 PM - edited 09-08-2014 05:17 PM
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04-22-2015 11:19 AM
I'd suggest that people are encouraged to explain what they've tried when asking for help. I see a lot of blunt "How do I do X?" posts, particularly in th SDK area.
A policy of asking people to detail what steps they've tried, a la Stack Overflow, would encourage more people to be more helpful.
04-22-2015 01:26 PM
@PaulBaileyRinbo - Thanks for posting that. Completely agree. The more context you can give to your issue that you're sharing with the community, the better. It also helps those who are searching for solutions in the future. More information fosters more collaboration. Thanks again for sharing!
01-07-2016 11:46 AM
I will advise when posting a question - there should be an option to select "MSTR Version" / Operation System / Configurations / etc.. and keep atleast MSTR Version mandatory... (especially on environment & Installation sections)
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03-10-2016 12:23 AM
This is so important. So much of the content in the Community pages applies to old versions and is no longer relevant. It is so hard to trawl through this looking for version specific solutions.
Take a leaf out of Microsoft's MSDN pages and include a drop-down to "change version" for a particular tech note.
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