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You think you might need a new Help Authoring Tool (HAT), but there are a lot to choose from. You’ve read blogs and press releases and articles and forums and email lists, and you’ve noticed that a lot of people have a favorite HAT.
However, you need to focus on your needs when choosing the HAT that will work best for you. It won’t matter how many other people use a HAT if it doesn’t produce the output you need or if it won’t run on the platforms your customers use.
During this session, you’ll learn about four features that matter when choosing a HAT: output, development environment, content reuse, and importing legacy documentation.