Documentation Survey

The SQL Server team is asking for your help:

The SQL Server documentation team is working to improve the SQL Server documentation in an effort to enable you be more successful with and gain more value from SQL Server. Please let us know your thoughts on how we can improve the documentation by taking this brief survey by March 18.

We appreciate and are listening to your feedback! Thank you.

The questions aren’t very onerous, so help out the documentation folks and fill it out.

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