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In a Q&A on this site I recall @KHibma pointing out where in the ArcGIS Pro Help any changes to the syntax (like extra parameters) of a particular tool/function since ArcGIS Pro 1.0.0 could be found.

I have searched hard to try and relocate that Q&A without success so, if my recollection is correct, can anyone point me at where to find that documentation or that Q&A (which this will be a duplicate of)?

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    @Midavalo That page is about changes from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro but I'm asking about changes between versions of ArcGIS Pro. I'll edit to make that clearer. – PolyGeo Jul 28 at 2:45
  • I feel this question would be better with a focus on the problem and any example you could give of a change you're aware of, rather than what seems (to me) to be a focus on the fact you can't find an existing question – Midavalo Jul 28 at 2:54
  • @Midavalo I regret not including the parameter change notification that I was looking for this time round, and if I could remember what it was last time, then I could go more or less straight to our Q&A, and then to the Help page. I certainly agree that the question would be more focused by its inclusion so I will do that when it next crops up, or I remember one of the earlier two cases. – PolyGeo Jul 28 at 3:06
  • Is this it? gis.stackexchange.com/a/296700/64785 – Midavalo Jul 28 at 3:22
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With help from @Midavalo I located the earlier Q&A that I was looking for at Does documentation for old ArcGIS Pro versions remain available online?

The Help page that best answers my question is About the toolbox history tables:

The documentation for all standard toolboxes in ArcGIS contains a toolbox history topic that catalogs changes made to tools at every release.

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