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  • Andulile Mwaisaka Tanzania documentation should always be categorized based on the user
    2015-03-25 08:03:28

  • Adam Muhammad Usman Namibia The novice according to this categorization is new and he needs to have basic knowledge of the user guide and trouble shooting, what could be the average time taken by a novice to become an intermediate user? The incidentals on the other hand are described as occasional users of information. this implies that a user can stay away from information so long as it is not relevant to his need.
    2015-03-23 15:03:37

  • Jihadul Islam Bangladesh user category ( we can categorize user by their knowledge level ) Novice ( completely new in the field) intermediate (technicians) expert (more than technicians) level of user: Expert ( support specialist ) Specialists ( These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work) Adjunct ( In this level Information system is not very much essential) Incidental ( this type of user could be any one who use information but they don't need information from a particular information system always . example a customer .) while segmenting users, environment should be considered .
    2015-03-22 10:03:09

  • Garcia Bond Jamaica This is very clear as even the novice is able to build on his/her skills using the Documentation for different users in Project management documentation.
    2015-03-22 01:03:32

    • Daniel Endaseb Ethiopia Hi, Garcia Bond
      2015-03-23 11:03:24
  • Alan Dunlay United Kingdom A good easy reference when considering document purpose and content
    2015-03-20 13:03:35

  • Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone Thanks for the distinct categories outlined
    2015-03-16 16:03:34

  • Odongo Moses Uganda Documentation for different users, It is important to identify the user and their documentation requirements.When developing user documentation the level of knowledge and involvement should be considered. Documentation must be geared directly towards the needs of a particular user or group of users Users are normally categorized by their level of knowledge of the operation of the system: Novice:Need quick start guides, troubleshooting tips and user manuals that explain basic processes in detail Intermediate:Need more detailed user manuals which assume some prior knowledge, troubleshooting guides and simple technical guides Experts: Need manuals with explanation of complex or advanced features,Support specialists, usually software or hardware technicians whose role is to maintain the system? Specialists:These users depend on the use of information systems to do their work. They may include data entry operators, web developers and graphic designers. Adjunct:People for whom information technology assists them in their work but is not essential. This group includes medical staff, teachers, accountants, lawyers and store managers. Incidentals:Occasional users of an information system. Examples include a customer using a company's web-based product catalogue to order goods, accessing point-of-sale systems, or even interacting with an electronic switchboard with voicemail.
    2015-03-13 17:03:03

  • Stanley Amaechi Nigeria Does it mean it is easy?
    2015-03-12 15:03:44

  • Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria The categories are distinct
    2015-03-11 14:03:52

  • Timothy Ikimi Nigeria Hence this documentation engage with different users, Novice, intermediate, expert,specialists,adjunct, and incidents.Does it mean any body can do it?
    2015-03-08 22:03:13

  • Marcia Dolloway Trinidad and Tobago The importance of which documentation is best suited for the designed task can be determined with common knowledge in the field of project management.
    2015-03-08 05:03:59

  • Lebogang Lauren Ncwang South Africa Users depend on the information system in order to do their work.
    2015-03-07 20:03:31

    • Lebogang Lauren Ncwang South Africa Users are categorised by their level of knowledge of the operation of the system, like novice, specialist, expert, adjunct, intermediate and incidental.
      2015-03-07 20:03:35
  • Thembelane Moyo South Africa Very informative and makes a lot of sense to explain the uniqueness of every user needs for different purposes on different projects
    2015-03-04 12:03:47

  • Rita Musoke United Kingdom Documentation of different users must be designed in mind for different user groups as to help meet their specific needs of their particular tasks.
    2015-02-16 22:02:37

  • Saidu Heisenberg Mansaray Sierra Leone This is not user friendly for areas with no electricity facility for example in Some Africa countries.
    2015-02-15 16:02:18

  • Adegbola Ganiu adeola Nigeria The documetation for difference user is to carry other along or up dating the project but users have to be train or manual understood.
    2015-02-12 15:02:05

  • May Seymour United Kingdom Is this going to be user friendly
    2015-02-11 15:02:11

  • May Seymour United Kingdom Is it important to identify the user and their documentation requirements at all levels
    2015-02-11 15:02:39

  • David Ganesh United States of America This must be user friendly.
    2015-02-09 23:02:34

  • Shirley Sousa Brazil how to manage the project with more than one planner
    2015-02-09 12:02:53

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