• It's a wiki, so you have no direct control over the content you generate.
• Its exports of your docs never look even close to the web page.
• Templates for pages are static. Did you mess up but notice after generating 100 pages? Too bad -- you'll have to change each page manually.
• Version control and labeling are not native -- you have to add Scroll Versions from k15t.
• If you generate a
• It expects you to edit files only inside the white background of a web page. If you're a tech writer or a coder, you understand this pain right away.
• You can never tell from the easy editing mode why something won't delete or loses formatting.
• Search optimization is only based on adding search tags. In theory it can do a smart search, but how?
• You cannot write in Markdown (which is, in theory, the native markup language) unless you copy all of an existing page elsewhere, edit, then paste all.
• I feel like I've said enough bad things. I must stop, lest I incur the advance of the Heat Death of the Universe.
We need to publish our product documentation online and update with new releases. It does this...just barely.
• We have a tolerable solution that allows a vague amount of searchability.
• We guarantee that at least one IT employee will always lose hair.