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To create new doc, we recommend forking our repo, making changes in a new branch, and submitting a PR for review.

Feel free to reach out to the Docs Team to discuss. We're happy to work with you on the project and talk through rewriting content, changing flow, adding a new topic or section, and deprecating content.

  1. Fork the Sumo Docs repository locally. Remember to sync your fork and update branches as needed.
  1. Review our README documentation guidelines.
  2. Create a new branch from your forked repo using a name that best describes the work or references a GitHub issue number. For example, if you wanted to submit a PR to edit our Elasticsearch app doc, you'd write something like: <your initials>-apps-elasticsearch.
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