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Autodesk Wiki Help

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04-01-2010 06:54 AM
The Autodesk Wiki Help beta (http://wikihelp.autodesk.com) now offers a
collaborative community learning experience to users of the following 2011
Manufacturing products:



- Autodesk Inventor
(http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Product_Help/Autodesk_Inventor)

- AutoCAD Electrical
(http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Product_Help/AutoCAD_Electrical)

- Autodesk Inventor Fusion (http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Product_Help/Help)

- Autodesk Publisher
(http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Product_Help/Autodesk_Inventor_Publisher)



User can:



- Directly edit Help pages

- Contribute and share videos

- Add new Help pages and articles

- Add comments to content pages

- Rate content and influence the search rankings

- Tag content to make information easier to find

- Browse and search content across mulitple products

- Email forward tool for topics

- Subscribe to RSS feeds



Features



- WYSIWYG Editor: Users can easily contribute content with a familiar rich
text editor.
- Rich Media and Web Extension Integration: Video streaming from YouTube and
Web extension integration with Web widgets such as Twitter, Flickr, digg,
LinkedIn, and Dapper.
- Share Video from and stream to popular social media sites like iGoogle and
MetaCafe.
- Editable video: Users can share videos and can optionally make these
editable, allowing others to create a video storyboard with the integrated
editing studio.
- Security and Permissions: Autodesk can create and manage user groups and
users with different permissions to view, edit, and share content.
- Subscribe to content via feeds and email notifications
- Moderation: Moderators insure compliance with Wiki Guidelines
(http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Wiki_Guidelines) and publish content only
after review.
- Autodesk.com look and feel for easy integration with Autodesk Community
sites like the MFG Community site
(http://mfgcommunity.autodesk.com/learning/wiki/).
- User Profile Reuse: Users can use their profile information and
autodesk.com login through single sign-on.



Feedback (mfgtpwikiATautodeskDOTcom) welcome.



This release represents an exciting step toward greater learning
collaboration between Autodesk and its product end users. Get involved.



Participate and Co-create!


--
Patrick Miller
Autodesk Manufacturing Industry Group
Technical Publications - Subject Matter Expert
Novi, MI
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