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Have you ever spotted an omission, outdated technical detail, or grammar issue in the documentation on docs.microsoft.com and wished you could fix it? The Dynamics 365 product documentation sets for open source and hosted on GitHub, so you can! This blog will walk you through how to make a suggested edit on a documentation page and submit the changes via a pull request. All you need is a GitHub account and a web browser (May I suggest trying the newest Chromium based Microsoft Edge?). Now let’s show how you can contribute your expertise and help make our documentation better for everyone!
Please note that the following steps require a GitHub account which you can create for free and contributions are currently only accepted for the English documentation. These are screenshots from a small suggestion I made to the Archive inventory transactions page in the Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management documentation.
That’s it! Your pull request has been submitted and your changes will be reviewed. You will receive alert notifications from GitHub during the approval workflow process. Depending on the changes you have suggested, a member of the product team may be asked to review the accuracy of your submission before it can be added. This process will also work for many other documentation sets that are hosted on a public GitHub repository through docs.microsoft.com. So, keep an eye out for that edit button the next time you're browsing your favorite documentation site and spot a issue. Thank you for reading and let's connect on LinkedIn: here's a link to my Profile.Links:Contribute to the documentationGitHub documentationGitHub "About pull requests"Mastering Markdown languageMicrosoft Docs contributor guide overview
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