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Releasing the new EPiServer User Guide online

By releasing the first online “version” of the EPiServer User Guide, we have merged the user guides for all EPiServer products – CMS, Commerce and add-ons – into one single user guide. As an editor, marketer or system administrator, you can now find all information in one place, but it also serves to better support a platform approach with a more unified user experience. The different parts of the platform are indicated using a color code (see image).

Image showing the color code in EPiServer User Guide.

The new user guide will be available on EPiServer World as well as from the EPiServer user interface. The new page on EPiServer World has a listing of the latest version and recent versions.

The first public release is named “14-1”, and contains new features added to the 7.5 platform up until Update 37 (see image). The plan is to release an updated user guide on a quarterly basis to start with in a “continuous release” fashion, where each release contains the latest updates for EPiServer CMS, Commerce and add-ons.

Image showing the version history of features described in EPiServer User Guide.

Later on we aim to provide more examples of user scenarios to better illustrate the use of EPiServer products.

We hope you will like it, and that you think the information is easy to find. Welcome with feedback to us.

User guides in print format will still be available for each individual product like before.


Ted Oct 29, 2014 04:49 PM

I'd like to contribute further by saying you should remove the need for a separate heading and text for comments. I just wanted to say "Great work!" - and that's it. :)

Johan Book
Johan Book Nov 3, 2014 11:00 AM

The PDF links refered to at is not available. I get a login prompt?

Nov 5, 2014 08:21 AM

Looking into this right now, hope to be solved soon.

Arild Henrichsen
Arild Henrichsen Nov 5, 2014 10:57 AM

At when you click on an old (pre-v7) manual for either CMS, Commerce, Relate etc, most pages don't have a download link to the actual PDF file. (e.g. I need one of those, can you fix the download links?

Nov 5, 2014 01:48 PM

We are currently working to fix this as well as the links requiring log in. @arild - let me know which manuals you need and I can send them to you.

Johan Book
Johan Book Nov 10, 2014 03:09 PM

Seems the PDF links for the latest version are working now!

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