Documentation is all about boosting efficiency in your IT environment. When you have proper documentation, searching for critical information is a quick and painless process. What if we told you we made finding information even more convenient for you? Yes, our newly released “Table of Contents” is exactly for that purpose.
With a focus on boosting efficiency, we have released this feature that helps you access critical information with so much ease. Let’s check out what it is all about and how you can use it to your advantage.
How it works
Adding a table of contents to your IT Glue document is a useful way to show users each section listed in your document. When you create a table of contents, it automatically adds links that jump to each section they reference when clicked, allowing for quick access to specific parts of your document. Don’t worry, we know you have tons of documentation in IT Glue already, so you can add a table of contents for existing documents as well.
Each item in your Table of Contents links to the titled sections of your document by attaching anchors to the specified sections. Information that would otherwise take a long time to scroll through can now be easily available at your fingertips.
Efficiency is a critical factor in the IT world, and this new feature is built with that in mind. When technicians locate information faster, their resolution time can be lowered. This will help boost the productivity of your MSP or IT department.
The new Table of Contents feature will help you swiftly navigate to a section of your document to access critical information and save time otherwise wasted looking through long files. Technicians can use this time to focus on other critical tasks.
At IT Glue, we are constantly looking at ways to maximize convenience for our users. This particular feature received more than 200 votes. With this innovation, we reaffirm our commitment to making documentation a seamless and efficient process.
To learn more about this feature, please take a look at the Knowledge Base article.
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