Document Your Expertise and Teach Others
#1. There should be demonstrated expertise. You should have done the task yourself many times which makes you an expert at it.
#2. The task should be something that can be done over and over (repeatable) by others.
#3. You should be willing to document the steps following our process in documenting tasks so that others can learn from you.
#4. You should be able to upload the task to the marketplace (SPP) that is linked to our training.
#5. You should update the documentation continuously.
Documenting a Task
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The documented task must meet the following criteria:
#1. The guide includes a checklist at the beginning of the page.
#2. The checklist includes the tools, tips, URLs, and login information that are needed to help complete the task.
#3. The process is broken down into a sufficient number of steps to make the process easier to understand and follow.
#4. The guide includes an abundance of screenshots (with highlights) to provide a visual reference.
#5. All the anchored text (clickable text) leads to the intended pages or documents.
#6. The guide includes links to Content Factory pages and other related media available in our collection.
#7. There is a reference to the Task Library with a clickable link at the bottom section of the guide.
#8. There is a verification checklist at the end of the guide.
#9. You have checked the document for errors in spelling, grammar, formatting, and consistency.
#10. The title has been checked for proper capitalization.
#11. There is an instructional video for the task being documented.