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Quick Tour of the Wiki

View this quick, 1-minute, whirlwind tour of the wiki from Sean Jenkin:


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If You Want to Find and Read Content

Finding content in the Wiki is easy!

To find information

  • Use search.


    NOTE: The scope of this search is the Wiki, not TechNet/MSDN/Internet.

  • Browse the List of Products and Related Topics to find information on the product that you are looking for. That article is a Portal (a list of Wiki articles). To find all the portals...
  • Browse the Portal of TechNet Wiki Portals, which lists every portal, including portals about specific technologies (SharePoint, BizTalk, etc.) and general topics (Development, Glossaries, etc.). Then each portal includes a list of related Wiki articles.
  • Browse the Article Spotlight, which lists out important topics for each product.
  • Use tags.
  • Monitor content to get the latest information.
  • Check the Stubs.


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If You Want to Contribute

The community needs your support. Any new content you can provide helps the community find solutions, troubleshoot, learn feature details and discover code snippets, deployment scenarios and a host of other details. Overview of how to contribute.

To contribute:

Make sure you follow the Code of Conduct:

Learn how to write and edit an article:

Here are some other things you can do:


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TechNet Wiki Feature Ideas

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TechNet Wiki Support

You can ask questions in the TechNet Wiki forum, but we don't guarantee fixes. For direct support, use the TechNet Wiki Site Feedback form.


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See Also


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