Why is there not a direct link to documentation from my Confluence site?

I feel that help should be more accessible. The "Answers" link at the very bottom of the page provides an inconsistent support experience. It took me some time to find the "Documentation" link on the Answers page to get to a resource that is more complete.

Could there be a documentation link at the bottom next to "Answers?" Alternately, could the default search tool on the Answers page search documentation as well?

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Hi, Joel.

That is a good improvement request to do here: https://jira.atlassian.com. You can select the 'Answers' project and create an issue of type 'improvement' requesting this change. Also, you may want to search first to see if one doesn't exist already.

Cheers.

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