The documentation section of a dataset page is for long-form information about its contents and usage. Organizations have the ability to create and assign a global documentation file to multiple datasets. Every dataset page this documentation is assigned to will display the same information. If you need to update it you can do so from a central location.
You'll need to give it a unique name and some information in order to save it.
You can fill out information about this documentation in the large input field on this page. This field supports markdown so you can use headers, and embed images and links.
You'll need to give it an access level. This means that a user will only be able to see this documentation if they have gained that level of access. If they have not, it will appear as a blank section prompting them to increase their access.
You can assign this documentation to datasets in bulk on the Datasets tab of your administrator panel or when editing a dataset individually.
When you assign multiple documentations to the same dataset, they will appear the same order every time. That order is determined by their priority. You can change this priority by clicking the Edit priority button on the Documentation tab.