This is as opposed to more “handwavy” types of documentation.John said on Twitter “Weve been trying to move away from handwavy “it would be good if you did X” docs and more towards clear guidance (“If you want A, then do X” (even if X is just a fantastic practice and technically not a requirement)). Rather of composing it in the style of “it would be nice,” Google is informing you if you do X, it would result in Y. That is great and if the docs are wrong, you can submit feedback or provide John a difficult time on Twitter about it.Here are those tweets: Weve been trying to move away from handwavy “it would be great if you did X” docs and more towards clear assistance (“If you want A, then do X” (even if X is just a fantastic practice and technically not a requirement)).

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