Here to ask you some questions about how you use the UE4 documentation or any documentation for that matter. This my seem like an odd question at first as most people might say, I just read through documentation. But think about how you actually read through or use documentation. Do you scan, and the only find the vital bits of info you need? Do you read through the whole document before you even attempt to try using a new tool or feature? Or do you like to use documentation side by side with the editor as a reference or even when first learning about a new feature? Do you try to stick more to tutorials and only use docs as a reference? Are short and simple docs more helpful(bullet points, short brief descriptions of tools) or are in depth looks at features/tools and practices more of what you like to see? or maybe there are certain methods you would like to see in UE4 documentation that we don’t use yet.
Everybody is welcome to talk freely about these questions and topics. I am here to talk with you all too and answer any questions
Again, this is just a way to get ideas circulating about how well our documentation works and what we can improve upon … or maybe even add new things into the mix that you all would love to see!
As always, thank you all for your wonderful help and the dedication you all have for making the UE4 community so amazing!