The wiki help is now live and can be accessed via the following url:
Under Browse Help, you have access to all of the Autodesk-provided user assistance, including the User’s Guide, etc.
Under Add Knowledge, you have access to information contributed by Revit customers. (more on this below)
Other areas of the landing page show the Most Popular topics, Recent Updates, and Newest Videos.
When a video is available for a particular procedure or concept, we embed the video directly in the relevant topic. Click the + to expand the video, then play.
Note the Comments area. Any user who is logged in using an Autodesk SSO (single sign-on account) can leave a comment on a topic. (Anonymous commenting/editing of the wiki. is not permitted) This is also true of adding content or rating a topic.
On any WikiHelp page, enter a search term.
The Revit WikiHelp is available to all, so if you do a Google search (or use your favorite search tool), you will get search results here.
In the left pane of the search results, you can filter by version or by type of information (e.g. help vs. videos vs. information from blogs, etc.).
Customers are the experts. In the community section you can share what you know with your peers, adding your favorite tips & tricks, best practices, videos, etc.
Content will always be seeded by Autodesk but now customers have a means to enhance topic coverage and provide feedback.
In the Community > Videos area, Autodesk videos have been grouped into larger topics, so you can see a series of videos to learn about a particular feature set or workflow.