Some Unity User Manual pages contain a status referring to “editorial review”.
This is a documentation process where technical writers take raw notes from a developer, and work with the developer to make sure that documentation is correct, complete, well-written, and easy to follow.
For more information on technical documentation processes and techniques, see Wikipedia pages on Technical writing, Technical communication, and Technical editing.
Editorial review takes time. We publish documentation with no editorial review in order to get information to Unity users as quickly as possible.
Generally, no. They are the developer’s explanation, and so the most correct source of information we have. Pages without editorial review might be harder to read or understand, because they haven’t been edited to a technical documentation standard.
Only pages new or updated since the 8th May 2017 contain this information.
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