The current “Help” (in “User Interface") file is in my opinion not really usefull while it lacks features such as images, linking to other documents. The documentation of the SF for example is created and managed using external tooling (Docusaurus), not by the “Help” feature under User Interface in the SF. I really appreciate the ‘docs.thinkwisesoftware.com’ as it's fast, complete and easy to look up via the search box.
I'm wondering what the plans are regarding the Help section? Is it on the roadmap?
To be clear, when naming “Help”, I do not mean https://docs.thinkwisesoftware.com/, but the “Help” (F1) section when the end application is started.
There are some benefits in tooling like Docusaurus (some mentioned over here), such as version control (pull request / review mechanism), slick lay-outs, which I think are also very interesting for us. But there are also some difficulties for non-developers (let's say ‘low code platform developers’).
It would be great if there is something similar to Docusaurus inside the SF handling versions, languages, reviewing documentation, embedding images, videos, etc.
I would like to hear from others if they use the “Help” file, or not, and why (not)? And if not, what could be better, or how it's solved?