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Recommended Replay: From Unknowable Chaos to Knowledge Graph By Maria Rumpler

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Using PoolParty, the Information Architecture team at Microsoft Docs has been able to modernize their taxonomy management capabilities and give meaning to a complex information environment.
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RECOMMENDED REPLAY

From Unknowable Chaos to Knowledge Graph

Making Complex Information Environments Useful and Usable

Speaker

Dana Bublitz,, Senior Information Architect at Microsoft

Date

Available in February 20222

From Unknowable Chaos to Knowledge Graph: Making Complex Information Environments Useful and Usable

With over 2.6 million pieces of English-language content alone, Microsoft Docs is one of the largest documentation sites in the world. From technical documentation to code samples, training resources to community forums, Docs has grown exponentially over the past five years. But our information architecture and metadata has not been able to keep pace. Using PoolParty, the Information Architecture team at Microsoft Docs has been able to modernize our taxonomy management capabilities and give meaning to a complex information environment. In this talk I’ll walk through how Docs has gone from managing taxonomies manually in spreadsheets to now laying the foundations for automated workflows and building our own knowledge graph using PoolParty

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