8 Things You Can Do to Create Better Documentation

The most important thing to remember when creating and organizing documents is to think in terms of longevity. The generational impact ­­of documentation is critical to the success of your teams and company as a whole. Will the person doing your job after you need to spend time decoding your documents, or even redoing them completely? If the answer is yes, your documents are too complex (or possibly over-simplified), and your successor could end up wasting valuable time recreating them so they can understand.

That said — when creating a document or setting up a system of documentation, your first thought should be, “Will new employees down the line still be able to use this effectively?”

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