I would like to be able to group related questions together under a common heading so that it can narrow down a manual/visual search i.e. the user scans through the FAQ him/herself, having already used the search engine to pinpoint the potential FAQ.
For example if I have a FAQ that is a "Quick Start guide to TikiWiki", I might have a group of questions that deals with Installation, a group of questions that deals with Configuration and a group of questions that deals with Features. While I could create separate FAQs for each of these, this becomes impractical when I already have dozens of FAQ, making it unnecessarily harder for users to find the questions/answers they are looking for. It would also seem poor organizationally speaking to have a FAQ with only 4 or 5 questions in it, particularly if I have several of these which are logically dealing with the same subject matter.
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