As a company with its roots in the open source community, we understand how important information is in the world of modern software. From the code to the ReadMe, all the way up through user forums and training classes, each is a source of information that explains how something works, how to use it, and how to accomplish what you need to get done.
In your everyday use of Sauce Labs, probably no information is more important than the main product documentation, also known as “The Manual.” For the past several months we’ve been working on a complete overhaul of the manual so it’s easier to find information, and to make sure that the information it contains is of the highest quality. The result is our new Product Documentation wiki. Along with features like labels and a re-organized table of contents to help you find what you need faster, our wiki also has features like commenting so you can interact with the content it contains. Like good software, good documentation should be developed in response to the needs of its users, and we hope you will let us know what your needs are.
Our new wiki
is the first of many new information development efforts to help you get the most out of using Sauce Labs. We’re also working on on-boarding and advanced training materials, refactoring our knowledge base at support.saucelabs.com, and launching community forums. If you have any comments on our new information development efforts, or have ideas for documentation topics, training materials, knowledge base articles, or any other kind of information that would be particularly useful to you, please feel free to reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.