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Extreme should include a Table of Contents section in their release notes, especially when the document is 156 pages long.

  • 27 June 2018
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Extreme should include a Table of Contents section in their release notes, especially when the document is 156 pages long. Likewise, when viewing the PDF there should be bookmarks for each section so navigating the document is easier.

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Hello Matt,

I just opened release notes for 22.5 and the table of contents is on page 3. Each subcategory is linked to the page it begins on.

Was there another release note you were using where this isn't true? I would be happy to take a look.
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Hi, Matt. I'd like to look into fixing that.

Which Extreme product's Release Notes are you referring to?

Thanks,
Larry Kunz
Information Development
Extreme Networks
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Gents,

The document I am looking at is 9035487_S-Series_RelNote_FW0863010019.
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Gents,

The document I am looking at is 9035487_S-Series_RelNote_FW0863010019.

Got it. Thanks.

Larry Kunz
Information Development
Extreme Networks
Thank you for your feedback, Matt. I am working on adding the bookmarks to the PDF for the past release notes you have mentioned and I will notify the Development team to include ToCs for future releases.

Thank you,
Sree Pattabiraman
Information Development
Extreme Networks
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Sree,
Thank you! For everyone's fantastic support, I grant you all Saturday and Sunday off of work!
Sincerely,
Matt
Hello Matt,

Wanted to let you know that the previous and current version of the Release Notes are now updated with ToCs. You can view them here:
https://www.extremenetworks.com/support/release-notes/

Thank you,
Sree

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