Process for preparing handbook updates for new features
I don't see any discussion of best practices for how to prepare handbook updates in advance of feature releases. I'm going to prepare material for a new feature moving through the release stream. It would obviously be preferable to delay my handbook changes until the feature is available; but I'd like to get the new material in place quickly at that point. I'm guessing that the thing to do is to store the updates in a text file, use the preview feature to edit them, and then when the time comes pull the cork. But I'd appreciate any input about how this is normally done.
Also, I'm going to prepare some more in-depth how-to material about the feature's use. The "How to" collection seems rather thin, and there don't seem to be any links to it from the handbook outline. Is this still the best place for such material? Is there a reason we don't point handbook users at those articles? (I wasn't even aware these existed until I saw it mentioned on the "Community Documentation" page.)