An alternative to using the modern WYSIWYG Archbee editor with custom blocks, inline comments, and markdown shortcuts is to get the content from Github.
For people that use git as a versioning system and write the docs content in Github, when you add a Collection you can set it up with the Github integration.
After the integration is done, when adding a new collection select the GitHub-backed collection option and select the previously authorised repository.
Here's the link to the example repo: https://github.com/dragosbulugean/slate
If we find a .archbee.yaml file in the root of the repo like this one https://github.com/dragosbulugean/slate/blob/master/.archbee.yaml, then we use that, or if we don't we just set some defaults.
Create a .archbee.yaml file with the following variable structure. The file must be located in the root of your repository.
Part of the system is still under development for now and we're collecting user feedback.
Test it out and let us know what you thought and how we can improve it!