Support and feedback

The SharePoint product team responds to the developer community across several channels.

Programming questions

GitHub sp-dev-docs: We regularly monitor questions submitted to the GitHub sp-dev-docs issue list. Follow the guidance on creating a good issue.

Stack Overflow: We listen and respond on Stack Overflow. Follow the guidance about what makes a good question on Stack Overflow.

Tag your question with one of the many sharepoint or spfx tags so that our team and the SharePoint developer community can spot your question.

Documentation bugs

If you find a bug in the SharePoint developer documentation, open an issue on GitHub. Be sure to tell us which topic is factually incorrect or unclear.

To help us fix the problem more quickly, quote the text to be changed.

Sample application bugs

If you find a bug in one of our samples. Please leave a comment on the sample (if it's in the documentation site) or open an issue (if it's in a sample within one of the GitHub repositories we maintain).

Be sure to describe the steps to reproduce the bug.

Feature requests

If our platform doesn't empower you to do what you need, or if you have an idea for a new feature, or change to an existing, please make your features suggestions on the Microsoft SharePoint Dev Platform feedback portal.